Our gorgeous and affectionate boy is only 5 years old but he’s fighting a terminal disease for which there is no cure.He has the dry form of Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP), a feline viral disease.If you’d like to read more about this disease, please click here
This has pulled the carpet right out from under his human family BUT we are not going down without fighting the best fight we can. We don’t have children and so Cujo is a very precious fur-boy to us.
I have researched this disease extensively. With the support of his vet and Project Fight FIP in South Africa, we have put him on a medication, PI, which has the potential to provide him with a better quality of life and possibly extend that life.
Polyprenyl Immunostimulant (PI) is an experimental drug which can potentially help the dry form go into remission, but it is unfortunately very expensive which makes it unaffordable for us on our own. On top of this, there are vet visits, tests to check how he’s doing and other medicines we’re giving him for issues he’s developed relating to the FIP, e.g. chronic iron deficiency anemia.
(Project Fight FIP in SA aims to assist more cats like Cujo. Find them on Facebook for more information.)
To read more about Cujo (and help me share it) please visit his full story.
Through your support, you can assist Cujo in fighting FIP for as long as he can as well as help raise awareness of this terrible disease.
Every donation, no matter how small, will be lovingly received and with great appreciation. Remember even small acts can cause large ripples and give fighting a fair chance!
Please won’t you help this stunning boy by donating to him and by spreading the word through sharing as much as you can.
We thank you for your support!