US$241.00raised of $15,000.00 goal goal
Hey guys this is Kenneth. I am here for my cat and i desperately need help. My cat, Suet Gu, a two years old British Shorthair is undergoing several surgeries, and things are not looking good. She is in a very very critical condition and she could pass away at any second. The main concerns are her bursted bladder and the toxic urine is within her abdomen, the infected uterus, the infected skin, and the damaged nervous system.
The vet at first proposed two options, one is to save her but the chance is really slim, and the second option is to make it stop and put her to death. We cannot accept the second one and chose the first option. We believe as long as there is still a tiny little chance, even if it is just a tiny bit, it still worths a try. At this moment, her future is uncertain, but we could see she has been fighting for it, she has been working really hard for the past few days and she is still going, and that is the major reason why we cannot give up on her, I don’t want to give up.
According to the vet, it is a long recovery path and the medical fee is costly, the estimated amount to get her healed is expected to be over HK$200,000-/ US$25,000-:
- The hospitalisation: HK$4,000-/ US$500- per day as she needs to be put in the ICU;
- The bladder repair and ovariohysterectomy operation: HK$50,000-;
- The MRI scan for nerve: HK$30,000-/ US$3,800-;
- Expecting other medical fees at least HK$60,000-/ US$7,600.
I literally spent my last penny on her but it was just the start. I am really sorry to bother but I am trying to do anything that helps. I'm also fundraising among friends and family as well. I really need ur help to save Suet Gu, she is a daughter of me.
Every penny matters, please help to save Suet Gu if you can.
I will share all the money flow after and try to keep the funds received transparent. Your help really matters, please help out, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
- Kenneth Chan
âSuetGu is recoveringUpdate posted by Kenneth Chan at 02:27 pm
SuetGu is recovering and getting better from the first surgery. On Jun 20, 2022, she had another operation to remove the infected skin. She was brave and trying her best to overcome it: - 50% of the infected skin was removed - some of the vital signs are back to
SuetGu overcame the first operationUpdate posted by Kenneth Chan at 03:10 pm
SuetGu overcame the first operation:1. The leaked urine was cleaned from the abdomen.2. The uterus and the ovaries were removed as they were infected.3. The bladder was repaired, but it is still not functioning properly, urine catheter is required.4. Temperature after operation is still unstable.5. Blood pressure is still low,