I have posted two entries that I have subsequently deleted.
These attracted comments of support from some very caring people that unfortunately have been deleted with the articles.
I am not a courageous person and my first article dealt with the fact that I had turned my back on my responsibilities not only as a Veterinary surgeon but also as a decent human being.
I then realised that my article might adversely affect the public’s faith in the Veterinary profession as a whole. It is far to late for me to report the events to The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. This is what I should have done over 25yrs ago.
I would only strongly advise any new Veterinary graduate to purchase a loud whistle when they receive their degree. Then use it if necessary to blow a hole in the fabric of any web of lies they find trying to smother their belief in their vocation.
I can only apologise profusely to those who took time to offer their support. I am not worthy of such friends.
I am not worthy of ever being a veterinary surgeon. I betrayed my vocation when I failed to report the abuse it was given by others.
I asked God to help me in the second article.
I am not worthy of that either but from what I believe of God that will not stop Him.