€785.00raised of €1,500.00 goal
M&M’s came to us because we couldn’t let him go after fostering him. He has always been weaker and on and off with fever.
Until a few weeks ago he went from bad to worse, stopped eating, lost weight and went downhill. The treatment he was on did not work and he got worse every day. Until right in time the diagnosis FIP ( down the page there is more information regarding this )was given to him. The minute we started the treatment we saw him change 100% and now a few weeks later we can say we have our cuddling kitten back.
The treatment of FIP is still a studies treatment and therefore extremely expensive. We want to continue the treatment and finish it which in total is 84 days of every day A injection.
We are very thankful that he is already showing so much improvement and that he is still here with us and offcourse his sister.
(Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is an important disease of domestic cats. It occurs worldwide in cats of all ages, but the disease is most common in young cats less than two years of age. Although FIP is not a particularly common disease, it is important because once a cat develops the disease, the outcome is almost invariably fatal)
- Elise Waardenburg
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