This campaign is created for @mr.fluffbuns
mr.fluffbuns aka JJ is an adopted mixed lionhead. He is approximately 2 years old and likes to receive head rubs and snuggles. JJ is very active and likes to explore his play area.
About 3 weeks ago, his left lung suffered an infection leading it to collapse resulting in breathing difficulties. He is still active/alert and eating relatively well. However, it is a little too soon to tell if he is responding well to the treatment.
The intensity and cost of the care he requires during the next few weeks will be challenging. The vets has prescribed the use of an oxygen concentrator round the clock and that he needs to be placed in pen-rest so as not to excite him. JJ also requires twice daily medication that needs to be fed in intervals as he gets stressed easily.
The vet bills that has accumulated thus far are substantial, and this is why we are asking for help to get him and us through this difficult period. We are more than willing to show receipts of the cost incurred.
We would appreciate any amount of donations to this cause to get JJ back up and running around again.
Timeline of events
03 June 2020: Initial Consultation (Diagnosed with upper respiratory issues & ear infection)
25 June 2020: Second Consultation (Sneezing has stopped but breathing became more laboured. X-rays were taken and the Doctor suspected that he had a mid-ear infection)
25 June 2020: Emergency Hospitalisation (Even more laboured breathing which can be heard when we're beside him)
26 June 2020: Third Consultation (Condition stabilised and Specialist shared that one of his lungs collapsed, resulting in laboured breathing)
28 June 2020: Emergency Hospitalisation (We could hear JJ's laboured breathing again and rushed him to the vet for hospitalisation)
29 June 2020:Discharged from hospital and moved to another clinic for second opinion. Vets at the new clinic shared that he is in critical condition as the oxygen in his body is about 80% despite being on pure oxygen. They've recommended to keep JJ in the clinic for 5-7 days.
They've shared that the next 2-3 days would be very important for him. If he pulls through, the survival rate is higher.
29 June 2020 till 1 June: Hospitalised at new clinic
The vet called this morning and said that they managed to take a new set of X-rays. They're concerned about his other lung and believe that there may be fluid build up.