Beverly was a 6 month old stray kitten until I found her and decided to adopt her 3 months ago. Due to some prescribed antibiotics by the vet for Beverly's fever about 2 weeks ago which caused her to experience seizure and leg cramps, the vet decided to do a full blood test on Beverly. A week ago, Beverly was diagnosed with dry neurological FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis). This disease is fatal and there is no known cure. A death sentence.
That is, until I found out about GS-441524. It is an experimental anti-viral drug that has cured cats with FIP in field trials conducted at UC Davis by Dr. Neils Pedersen and his team. Recommended treatment based on Dr. Pedersen’s original field trial is a minimum of 12 weeks of daily sub-cutaneous injections. Bloodwork should be checked at the end of 12 weeks and cat’s symptoms should be assessed to see if additional treatment is needed. Of course, these treatments are expensive and the dosage depends on the cat's weight. As your cat gains weight, the higher the dosage that needs to be injected.
Each 5ml vial costs around RM425. With Beverly's current weight, the estimated cost to complete 84 days of injection would be about RM7,225. I have already gotten part of the vials to start off Beverly's treatment. But I will need help if I am to continue with it.
I humbly seek your help to fund Beverly's fight against FIP. It is heartbreaking to know that I could give her a chance of survival but am unable to do so due to financial constraints. I thank you with all my heart for any donations received!