Well, it's true. Most vets don't know much about cats. I rescued a kitten that turned out to have Diabetes Insipidus. My vet did the blood work and didn't really know how to interpret her symptoms (drinking loads of water and urinating everywhere), since the blood work was inconclusive. I did the research myself! I asked for his help after my search led me to a feline endocrinologist in NY who had blogged about the most inexpensive method of administering antidiuretic hormone. He was no help at all. In my experience, this is the second vet that had limited knowledge about cats. So I brought my "little cupcake" (as Hayley, vet assistant, called her) to Cat Care in Rochester Hills. Dr. Frank let me know right away that she had never treated a cat with this condition before because it is very rare. I gave her everything I had found from the vet in NY and she did what needed to be done. I now have the hormone from a compounding pharmacy in NJ and am tweaking the dosage. They were kind, courteous and caring. So yes, I give them 5 stars! Thank God for Cat Care, Dr. Frank, Hayley and the internet!