This is Pisma, a stray cat found in a construction site labor camp in Korat, Thailand. One laborer found her under a car having breathing problems. She took her to a vet and found that Pisma has FIP wet form.
With this form of the disease, fluid builds up in her chest, making it hard for her to breathe. This form of FIP causes damage to the blood vessels, resulting in inflammation and fluid leaking from the blood into the abdomen and chest. Once a cat has FIP, the symptoms tend to get worse with time. Euthanasia (or putting the cat “to sleep”) is often necessary after time.
GS treatment is a solution to save her life but the laborer who found her couldn't afford the treatment. The cat was dying.
We hired a pet taxi to get her from Korat right away to Bangkok to start treatment. It's been about 3 months since we got her under our care and she's getting better.
The treatment will be minimum 84 days depending on the blood results.
We're having problems getting funds and don't have personal savings to cover her full treatment. We're not sure if we can continue save her life.
We need THB90000 (or USD2800).
Please help us to pay off her medicine and to continue to afford her medicine and blood check fees until she can finish the treatment.
Small act of kindness can save her life.
Thank you so much.