I have been having an issue for over three years trying to find a competent veterinarian. I had taken my new kitten in dire states to my highly-rated veterinarian in the valley. They gave him IV fluids and said he was just not feeling well. My instincts told me that was not the case, but I had no time to argue due to the fact that I had an important engagement in Northern California. I decided to make the drive with my cat. He seemed to improve with the fluids and my worries began to fade. That was short-lived?within 48 hours he began vomiting again and passed out open-mouth breathing. We rushed him to an emergency hospital and the doctors there gave me a $3000.00 bill and said it looked like FIP. They said there was not much else they could do and that I should consider euthanasia. Again, my gut kicked in and that did not seem right either. I felt the truth was somewhere in the middle. Not to my surprise (but to theirs), my cat seemed to recover almost completely in 12 hours. I took him home and back down to my other vet. We had him on amoxi-drops and I knew then we needed to start looking for a better vet. That was when we found Dr. Tyson who diagnosed my kitten with pneumonia and severe dehydration. The two together caused my kitten to collapse. Dr. Tyson put him on a better antibiotic and treated him for a severe case of worms (the first to realize he had it.) Now he is happy and growing strong. If it were not for doctor Tyson??s expertise I am not sure if my cat would have survived.