₱1,790.00raised of ₱40,000.00 goal
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We are in need of some financial assitance to cover the cost of our furbabies hospitalization. Two of our rescued kittens were diagnosed with Panleukopenia, a fatal viral disease in cats. We have already lost their brother. A couple of days after he passed, his two siblings---Robin and Ivy showed the same signs. Fortunately, we were able to bring them to an emergency pet hospital for immediate critical care. We have spent almost Php 10,000 just to get them admitted and each day their confinement bill is at almost Php 2000 each.
We love them as our own and they are family to us. We do not have much. We've got overdue rent, overdue utility bills, and children going to school. We borrowed money from my sister, who also rescues stray cats, to get them admitted to the hospital. We, however, need to pay it back, and be able to finance their continuous medical expenses
We wanted to do everything we can, give everything we've got, find ways to produce what we do not have to save them. As such, we are knocking on the door of your kind hears, if you have something to share. Even a little can go a very long way when put together. Funds raised on this campaign will be used to pay for their hospital bill and cover the medication they will be needing after. We will also use them for the medication of our other three rescues who are on immunity booster supplements as they are at risk of catching the same sickness. Any funds in excess will be used for the vaccination and spay/neuter of our 8 rescues.
We thank you in advance and wish you all blessings and love.
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PNB Savings Acct #: 1465 1002 3705 | Acct Name: Maria Charisse Bruan
Metrobank Savings Acct #: 6423 6422 13203 | Acct Name: Maria Charisse Bruan
Ivy and Robin are home!!! ♥Update posted by Maria Charisse Bruan at 10:57 am
Ivy and Robin went home yesterday! Miracles do happen; they are both alive and recovering! They are still under close monitoring and have racked up quite the hospital bill. They also have a ton of medications and follow up vet visits we need to cover. Our pockets are beyond empty. . . . .