US$345.00raised of $550.00 goal goal
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Daisy has vaginal cancer, or TVT (Transmissable Venereal Tumor). When her owners realised she was getting sick they threw her out of their home. As a loyal, velcro dog, Daisy didn’t leave. She waited in the street, sleeping under their car, hoping to be allowed back in. Every day her owners saw her getting sicker and thinner, yet did nothing. By the time I picked her up she was very malnourished, with terrible matted and painful fur, fleas and parasites. She had been waiting outside their house for months.
The good news is that the type of cancer Daisy has is 100% curable with chemotherapy, but it is costly. I need your help to fund her treatment. Once better, she has a wonderful new life to look forward to. If we can’t find the perfect family for her in Mexico, a local foundation has offered to send her to the USA or to Canada to be adopted. She is going to make someone very happy.
As you can see from the photos, Daisy has cleaned up
nicely. She is on a high calorie diet. If she puts on enough weight, and if
we can raise the money needed, she will start her treatment in a couple of weeks. She
is terribly traumatised, and hates to be left alone. She loves car journeys, and accompanies me almost everywhere. She has the sweetest soul and deserves a second chance at happiness.
I hope you can help.
I have included a photo of her tumor. It isn't pleasant. If you would prefer not to see it, then stop scrolling before you get to the final picture.
For those in Mexico, Mexican cards are not working on this site. However, you can donate via paypal and I will reflect the amount here. Please contact me direct.
- Anna Goy
- Campaign Owner
Chemotherapy No. 4Update posted by Anna Goy at 02:39 am
Daisy has had four weekly chemotherapy sessions so far, and is doing well. The tumor has reduced a lot, but we still have two or three more sessions to go before she is cancer free. Her weight has shot up from 4.1 kilos to 5 kilos, and she is full
Daisy starts her Chemo soon!Update posted by Anna Goy at 02:04 am
We received some good news from the vet today. Daisy's blood test came back fine, and she can start her chemotherapy this Saturday 30 October. She also put on 300 grams in weight!
We did it!Update posted by Anna Goy at 04:28 pm
Thank you so much to everyone who donated. We have reached the target and can start Daisy's treatment as soon as she is healthy enough. I am grinning from ear to ear! We are going to the vets this Saturday to check her weight, and to do a blood test. . . . .