She is responsible for giving an enema to a small kitten who was fine and playful, but just a little plugged up. I told the client, who was affiliated with an animal rescue to just give the small kitten a couple drops of mineral oil in the formula to loosen the bowel. It works like a charm. She didn't listen to me and took the kitten to this vet that the animal rescue used, but had a history of hurting animals before - shoddy neutering where the dog was in extreme pain - giving immunizations to very sick animals, and this list goes on.) The vet, I believe ruptured the kitten's intestine when she gave it the enema that it did not need. Upon retrieving the kitten, the client noted that the cat looked as if it was dying. The condition of the cat was so bad that she called them back to look at the cat before closing, and they refused to. They told her to bring just take it to an emergency clinic $$$$$$. They would not take responsibility for harming the kitten - closing up and going home was more important. The cat died that evening in severe pain. It was too bad that the client did not listen to me in the first place and did not go with her better judgement ""not to go to this vet because of many bad experiences"".