Hello, I'm new here and also a new cat owner. And I've been in absolute hell since the day I got the two sick kittens. They were sold to me as healthy, happy, playful and curious kittens (from a breeder who breeds GCCF registered kittens). But they turned out very much the opposite. I've only had them since Saturday, and took them to the vets on Monday for various alarming reasons. The vet had a look at them and here is what we found out: 1. Both are seriously underweight, weighing less than half of what they should at 9 weeks. They were each 450-550grams. 2. Both had blood in their stool (which was completely watery and smelt absolutely awful). 3. One had an eye infection. 4. One had a bit of a raised temperature. The vet bill turned out to be £100 as we got special food, antibiotics, eye drops, a worming pack... Just about everything. I paid £300 for these two. I contacted the breeder who seemed oblivious to the weight and their situation and convinced me they were happy and healthy and had food all of the time available. The breeder agreed to pay out half of the vet bill, but only this time round as I understood it. I don't have this kind of money laying around for every 10 days to pay out at a vets office. I've never had anything like this happen to me. I'm asking if anybody knows my rights towards getting any further compensation towards this and if they have had similar situations before? Thanks for reading.