Hi all, Long story short - I have a cat that has been diagnosed with toxoplasmosis & she is now on antibiotics. She was displaying severe neurological symptoms when I took her to the vet last Wednesday and they kept her in suspecting some kind of poisoning. By Saturday, as she wasn't responding, they ordered urgent blood tests the results of which I didn't get back until the following Wednesday & she had tested positive for toxoplasmosis. Unfortunately little Westfield wasn't insured and this has cleaned me out financially (£1k bill) & also during all this they kept telling me that they hadn't seen symptoms like this in a cat and if the bloods showed nothing they suggested MRIs and hospitalisation at a cost of many thousands. Never was there any concern for my own limited financial means - I got the feeling they knew I was going to do what was necessary to avoid her being put down. I don't want to believe there are unscrupulous vets but other cat owners I know are telling me that this condition, while not common, is hardly unknown and waiting 6 days for a diagnosis with the cat as an in patient costing £150+ per night doesn't seem right. Fortunately not had any contacts with vets in the past other than the routine stuff so I don't know if this experience is out of the ordinary. Good new is the cat is home and will hopefully recover but currently unable to walk because of the shaking and twitching which I hope is reversible.