This fundraiser is created to raise fund to help settle the vet bills for my rescue cats & kittens. Currently, I still owe roughly around $400 to the clinic since January and the bill is increasing as I still have cats that are sick, needing further tests, and still receiving treatments. The stated amount also includes the cost of gogetfunding and paypal charges.
I have been having streaks of bad lucks and problems with my life and my furbabies for the past 3 months so it has been very stressful financially. Please help if you can. Every dollar counts and if you can't, I'd be very grateful if you could help share this fundraiser. Thank you so much!
Direct Paypal - https://www.paypal.me/tanyharris
On January 18th 2019, I woke up at 5 am to find my outdoor cat ChaCha just sitting, not responding to me, all quiet when she's usually loud and and very active, not responding to food like usual, not responding to her babies and she was cold. She also looked traumatized.
Took her to the vet in the morning and the vet couldn't determine what was wrong with her. She was very alert and responsive in front of the vet but she looked terrified and traumatized. I noticed she also seemed traumatized earlier morning when I found her. Not sure if she got into a fight or fell off something but vet said externally she looked fine and had no injuries externally except for a bit of bruising on her left eyelid. Took her home to monitor her closely.
At home, she was acting very weird. She was walking in circle (always to the left), a bit wobbly and looking weak like she could barely support herself. She looked confused and as if she didn't know how to do things like eating unless I hand-feed her. Still was ignoring her babies. She progressively got weaker and at the evening I rushed her back to the vet and she was administered IV fluids and warded for a week.
She's now back to her normal self :)
BLACK KITTEN STORY
On February 16th 2019, I found him lethargic all of a sudden. He was breathing rapidly, foaming in mouth and had bloody diarrhea. He was fine in the afternoon when I spent time with him. So I panicked and rushed him to the vet. The vet tested his faeces and negative for parasites that causes diarrhea. He stayed at the clinic for a day but he didn't show any symptoms anymore and went back the next day.
On February 19th, Woke up and found him not active again. Tried to give him food and he refused. Shortly later he showed the same symptoms again. He threw up twice. So, I rushed him back to the vet and doc administered IV fluids and took his blood sample and later said it was unlikely that he had FPV. He never showed any symptoms at the clinic when he was warded for 4 days.
He hasn't showed any symptoms since and has been very hyperactive since he came back home.
JOJOBEE JR.'s STORY
On March 5th 2019, I found him being weird. He didn't want to eat. All of a sudden he started vomiting and I rushed him to the vet. On the way he vomited 4 times and also had diarrhea at the clinic. He was also breathing rapidly and started looking very sick so quickly.
He was warded for a night and administered IV fluids. Doc checked his lungs and he seemed fine. Doc said FPV was very unlikely and he got better and feeling happy again the next day so took him back home.
Botak's penis has been very swollen for over a month and he has very bad mouth ulcer. Since he has a history of FLUTD and was hospitalized for it for a month in 2017, I got scared that it was a recurring problem so I took him to the vet. The vet did an X-ray and found no stones.
He was on meds for a week and had to go to the vet daily for it and also subcutaneous fluids. The swelling hasn't gone down and his mouth ulcer didn't get any better after a week. So on March 6th 2019, I decided to leave him at the vet for a day so the vet could take his urine sample for further test. Result showed that he's showing signs of kidney problem. His diet needs to be changed now and would have to go to the vet twice a week for subcutaneous fluids.