Toby is a one year old adopted cat, recently diagnosed with FIP.
Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is an important disease of domestic cats. It occurs worldwide in cats of all ages, but the disease is most common in young cats less than two years of age. Although FIP is not a particularly common disease, it is important because once a cat develops the disease, the outcome is almost invariably fatal.
FIP is associated with a viral infection called feline coronavirus.
Once disease develops, most individuals deteriorate rapidly, although some cats remain normal for several weeks.
Unfortunately, the disease will eventually result in death inmost of the cases.
Anyhow, the one year ago the medicine was developed.
The treatment is long, mentally and financially exhausting.
84 DAYS, Toby needs to be injected with the medicine, besides he takes the supportive therapy twice a day.
We were desperate and ready to take any option to keep him alive.
After a first two doses he got better and we decided to go on with the treatment.
But now, we need a HELP.