How's this for a day at work? Fix a turtle's fractured leg and rebuild its shell; examine chinchillas, gerbils, rabbits, snakes, birds, pygmy goats -- in addition to the average 45 cats and dogs. Veterinarians Timothy R. Malaney, Scott L. Miller and Hallie D. Feagans operate the Olde Towne Fenton Veterinary Hospital, and they know what they're doing, regardless of species. Olde Towne opened 26 years ago, and it's survived because of the staff's knowledge, of course. But the staff is also warm and caring, with solid memories of clients and their pets. In addition to treating the basic maladies, Olde Towne has facilities for blood analysis, x-rays (completed on-site, so the owner is informed of the findings within minutes) and surgery. Plus, the staff can perform impressive-sounding procedures such as contrast studies, endoscopic analysis and extensive diagnostics and, if need be, offer consultations with regularly visiting specialists. And the clinic operates a hugely successful kitten-adoption program, to boot. All of this so that Sparky the Russian blue is able to live in the sort of luxury he so obviously deserves.