I am Tasha. And I want to live.
She is Tasha, our two month old adopted girl.
She got in our family Tuesday evening on 14th of august. It was love at first sight. Who could resist to her eyes?
Wednesday morning at 7, before 12 hours of staying with us, Tasha showed the first signs of disease, she vomited and had diarrhea. At 12 o’clock she was receiving the first infusion.
After tests and analysis, the doctor gave us a prognosis: RESERVED. Parvovirosis, Giardia and Toxocara. Chances of survival 50-50.
From that moment we and Tasha started to fight for LIFE. And we won’t stop, neither us and neither Tasha.
The treatments for her are very expensive together with the necessity to stay in the clinic. Unfortunately we can’t keep her at home due to the fact that she has those toxic worms (Toxocara) and the risk of infection for our children is very high. Many said that the infection for children is at low risk but the doctors mentioned that they wouldn’t let Tasha near their kids until she will be healthy and without parasites. So in this case we can’t expose them to this risk.
🚨 I have never sent this type of message for help, but the care for this puppy dog and the love for her made us jump on our pride and ASK YOU TO PLEASE help us to do Tasha well.
One infusion + the injections costs 120 lei (50 usd). Tasha started with two infusions per day, and since 3 days she receives 4 infusions. The daily accommodation price is of 70 lei (16 usd).
The doctors estimated that she will need at least another 10 days of treatment against Parvovirus (according to her evolution until now) and only after 30 days we will know if she is cured also from parasites (Giardia and Toxocara). In these 30 days we cannot bring her home, to keep our children safe so we need to hold her at the Vet.
We don’t want to think to abandon her or to take her back from where we got her, but our budget is already over. We imagined that a puppy will assume some spending but this situation in this short time got us by surprise.
Thank you all for your prayers and kindness. God bless you all!