Okay, my Ma still has three sons in town. Of the three of us, we'll help her take care of her cats as far as buying supplies and or other sundry things such like. My Ma noticed one of her cats, she has two right now, didn't eat last night, and then again today she tried to give the non-eating cat some treats it would typically ravish, but it was like, "Meh... big deal." <--- Ma's descriptive wording.--- Here's a little back ground, Ma refuses to be the "bad guy" when it comes to her cats. For example, if they need bathed, she gets one of her sons to bathe them. Or, if they have to go to the vet, she gets one of her sons to take them to the vet. When it comes to anything that the cats do not like, but that has to be done for their well being, she'll get one of us to do it. As it happens, I'm "on call" today when she mentions one of her cats hasn't eaten for a day. No problem Ma, I'll get it to t he vet for ya. (Me and my brothers know the drill as she is NOT gonna be the "bad guy.") Here is where I need a call from the GT brain trust as far as the "vet tech" that assisted the vet today. The vet tech, a seemingly regular guy, say 5' 9" or 10", older, maybe mid 30's, comes in and starts "fawning" over the cat. He goes so far as to begin kissing my Ma's cat, ON THE LIPS, and hasn't inquired once to me as to why I brought the cat in. I'm make myself start thinking that the original desk clerk girl and this guy had to have already spoken about her's and my conversation that occurred when I first arrived and filled out the paper work for the visit. I file it as, okay, he is just "weird for cats" kind of thing. Little did I know what would happen during the visit. He then goes into a, not exaggerating here, a roughly 5 minute, yes a full five minute (e.g., 300 second) spiel about the two cats that he has at home. Two nanoseconds before I'm gonna tell him to get me another vet tech, he begins ask me questions about the cat's condition and symptoms. Except for his repeated kissing of my Ma's cat, yes, still on the lips, throughout the process of the exam, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment plan, he seems to act like any of the other dozens of vet techs (male or female), which I have dealt with before (e.g., I used to help raise bull dogs for sale.) during my 4 plus decades on this earth as a pet owner. I got a real weird vibe from this vet tech. I do NOT want to have this vet tech again. Okay GT, the foregoing is without embellishment and delineated as it occurred. So, is it me, or was the vet tech a tad weird today? Lemmeknow thx.