I don't think NStarz said anything wrong. I think there is a tendency on this forum to ONLY be 100% encouraging at all times - there is nothing wrong with being realistic and asking questions. I wondered not so much if this poster could get in, but whether they know, for themselves, what they are getting in for and if that's what they really want. Like I wrote on the "checklist" thread, you should try to experience certain things before making the decision to enter vet med. It is entirely possible that this poster could find vet med boring / gross / depressing / unfulfilling / economically not worth it - and it is better to find this out before applying or before being halfway through vet school.
Now for some ethical ambiguities in case anyone needs help:
-Sick pet, owner has no money, do you give meds donated by another client? This is less than legal but has the potential to help (or hurt) the sick pet.
-Sick but treatable pet, owner wants to euthanize due to lack of money. No options for rehome or rescue, and if you treat for free you could get fired.
-Family cat was never vaccinated for rabies, goes outside and occasionally fights wild animals, now it bit a child. If you report the bite, the cat will be euthanized for rabies testing. (I don't think this is very ambiguous but some would).
-You work at a shelter and the sweetest puppy ever comes it. Parvo positive. You either euthanize or put the entire shelter of dogs at risk.
-You're a vegan vet student but your curriculum requires you to work extensively with food animals and to do terminal surgery.