Ok, no it makes sense as in I understand. It’s not odd as in quirky though either. This is just my opinion, take it or leave it. It probably does sound harsh, I’m just not sure how to put it more gently and still make it clear what I’m saying.
I already said leather straps would never be used that way on a cat. Apart from that they wouldn’t be tolerated and probably cause major injuries to all the people involved and high levels of stress for a pregnant cat, they could cause serious injury to the cat if it tried to get loose. You also wouldn’t do an ultrasound on it’s back if heavily pregnant. (Watch any VetTV show you like, it’s always on the side.) Also they wouldn’t be referred to as stirrups. (That’s a human thing).
“Just remind her to keep playing Mozart and Beethoven, at least one hour per day, through headphones placed on mama’s tummy,” you say.
That doesn’t sound like a veterinary approved recommendation but for the sake of the story ok.
I disliked that the reason why the mc is going, is because the client has agreed to pay the clients who will apparently have to go elsewhere, rather than the mc making a decision that the cat is more of an emergency than the upcomming appointments. That’s a terrible reason. That clinic could well loose a number of the clients who get told to come back another day, not to mention not seeing other animals that were booked in that could be as sick or worse. It doesn’t make sense for them to agree to that without there being a “humane” reason behind it.
Just because someone is paying your bills for the day, doesn’t mean it’ll head off complaints and then you can leave quickly. What do you think all the people who are going to be told to go away and you’re not seeing them today are going to be saying at this point? Especially if you tell them you’ve had a better monetary offer? I can’t imagine that being very pretty.
You don’t have to put a turn the page option, the next button will appear without it.
You can’t deactivate the stats page.
“Lady will be cared for by our specialists, Doctor,” he advises upon his return. “Now, the talent show is about to begin. Will you join us?”
If a vet is out to see a dying animal and is told that “specialists” would look after it without any knowledge of who that is and no treatment has been given by the vet yet, questions would be asked. There’s all sorts of problems associated with that both legal and humane.
“Hello there, Randy, isn’t it?” you say to the cat.
Why are you talking to a cat when you’re trying to eavesdrop. Aren’t you concerned about being heard?
Just a small warning if you decide to publish. 25 choices is not very long by existing games. You must have a lot of branches which is fine, but the reviews you will get will probably be very harsh in that quarter.