There is something wrong in the world, that we'd spend £4k on a cat..
To be fair, it was the vets 'fault'. Hindsight, and research indicates they didn't need to do most of what they did, possibly £150 worth at most. I think as soon as they knew he was insured to the hilt, they went to town. Buggered up a healthy kitten mentally and put him through many months of stress & pain - they even performed a frickin' biopsy for a common urinary condition.
In the last 3 or 4 months though, I've ignored everything they said, done my own homework, and now he's eating normal food, doing all the things he should be doing and a clearly lot happier in himself.
****s in my balanced opinion.