€74.00raised of €550.00 goal
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A stray grey tricolor kitten walked into an animal loving home, the family took it in, fed and cared for it. Kitten was suffering from diarrhea and did not seem to improve after deworming, causing her bum skin to become irritated. On Monday they took it to the vet only to discover that not only was her tail skin damaged, after sedation and washing, but so was between the legs and her anus area. Vets attempted to close the skin but it tore again by the next day as it was very sensitive, thin and not very healthy. She must now stay at the vets for 10 days, where her wounds must be cleaned till the skin tissue recovers, before attempting to close it again. I was asked to assist this tiny girl as they cannot care for her with a house full of animals and children. Unfortunately, the vet bill is too high for a family to afford and we need help to cover it. To pts an animal because we can't afford the bill is not an option so we ask everyone to help us save this lil happy girl. She will also be available for adoption if anyone is interested in her. She reminds me very much of by beloved Cloudy whom passed away a year ago. So in her memory, as i could not save her, i will try my best to save this lil girl, who looks very much like her. Helps us to keep helping stray animals in need. All vet receipts will be attached. If u care to donate directly to our vets please contact At the Vets clinic in Limassol.
Receipt from unknown donor at the clinicUpdate posted by Marina Evriviadou at 06:17 pm
Thank you to the wonderful couple who donated towards Sindy's bill.
Receipt for online donationsUpdate posted by Marina Evriviadou at 06:37 am
Here is the Receipt for the money raised online so far, we still have 250 to go...
Sindy in Foster careUpdate posted by Marina Evriviadou at 09:57 am
Sindy moved to KG on Friday to recover from her rectal tear surgery and is healing well. the skin stitching holds and has no infection, tricky area for recovery. Vets said we are lucky she is a kitten and will heal fast as it is a ricky area for post