Help my kitty get well!

Update posted by Erin Naillon On Aug 07, 2018

She came back from the vet the day after I took her there. Now, she is due to visit the vet again - tomorrow. The vet wants to do a CT scan of her head, in addition to endoscopy. It may be nasal polyps, and I hope it is, because that condition can be treated. The cost is still high, though, so however you can help, it would be much appreciated.

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She’s gone. It wasn’t nasal polyps, or an inflammation. It was a cancerous tumor in her trachea. The vet told me two weeks and two days ago. Her breathing grew steadily worse, until today, when I had to take her to the vet for the last time. It was all over so quickly. Just a few minutes, and she was gone. The funds raise now go to paying off the vet’s bill, and for the cremation. Thank you all for your kindness.

Erin Naillon

Update posted by Sep 08

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I took her to the vet yesterday for a CT scan. She began to bleed during the procedure. They put her in an oxygen cage for two hours, then tried her without it. She did well enough that I was able to bring her home in the evening. The vet told me that she coughed up some tissue, which they put under a microscope. It does not look good, according to the vet. It might be cancerous. She told me, though, that cats can sometimes come down with an inflammation of the trachea where the cells mimic cancerous cells. They’ve sent it off to the lab for testing. The costs are mounting. Whatever happens with her, I’m still the one who pays (in every way).

Erin Naillon

Update posted by Aug 15

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We had another visit to the vet today. The vet is pleased with her progress, though she says Kitty definitely has a problem with her lungs. She believes that Kitty has asthma (and I’m giving her corticosteroids for it). The breathing still sounds loud and raspy, and we’ve made an appointment for a CT scan next week. The vet also checked Kitty’s ears. She said that the eardrum in one ear looks as if it has something pressing against it, such as a polyp. This idea had been mentioned before. If that’s what it is, it can be treated, and the corticosteroids she’s already taking will help to counteract any future polyps. Thank you for your generosity!

Erin Naillon

Update posted by Aug 08

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Just shared on FB and two Twitter accts. Hopefully she’ll be done with all this soon and it won’t bankrupt you

Gail Whitmore

Update posted by Aug 07

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Best wishes to both of you!

Hugh Neely

Backed with $25.00 On Aug 30, 2018

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I hope this helps. I wish I could do more. ❤

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Backed with $25.00 On Aug 01, 2018

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