I have a rescued cat which I brought to the vet due to urethral obstruction. His name is Yin and he is a puspin cat, which I rescued in 2016. They were being ditched in an alley when he was a kitten with his white sibling I named Yang. I took care of them since, and until they became adult cats. They are already fixed and very sweet and lovely cats. But later on, I found out that this black cat named Yin is more vulnerable to this kind of life-threatening condition called urinary obstruction or blockage in the lower portion of urinary track that is caused by buildup of crystals in the bladder, which usually happens to male cats. So I noticed the symptoms and it was debilitating for him, and he scream so loud every time he tries to urinate, he doesn’t eat and drink and it was very alarming for me then. So when I noticed the symptoms of blockage in his urethra, I immediately called the vet for an emergency treatment and despite the lack of fund, I unhesitatingly rushed him to the vet clinic to save his life and thankfully, the vet clinic were already closed but still accommodated us and successfully treated the cat. I only had Php500.00 in my wallet which I borrowed from someone but it wasn’t enough to cover the vet bill. I’m a student and doesn’t have a steady income, so I am asking for your kind hearts to help me raise funds enough to cover the vet bill for Yin. The total bill for his vet care is Php3,500.00 and I already deposited Php500.00 so we still need Php3,000.00 to get it fully paid. All excess funds will still go to his additional prescriptions, future vet visits, transpo and to our other rescue dogs and cats needs.
I have been rescuing abused, neglected and abandoned dogs and cats in my community in Antipolo since 2014. We have 13 rescue dogs and about 18 rescue cats, and it was not the first time that we asked for help from this site. It was very helpful to us when we really needed some help especially for the vet bills for our rescues. You can follow and read more stories about our rescues here: https://www.facebook.com/magda.happyrescues/
And updates about the progress of Yin: