11-2-17 Starving cat colony
Urgent: Elderly man in need of any and all cat food he is currently caring for 37 cats all fixed out of his own money he is completely out of food and gave him some of mine til we can get him some he don't know what to do these cats count on him plus anything helps. These cats are all he has he has no family and has been paying for the food on his own. He said he will go hungry before the cats do. He has nobody,all he has are these kitties n he faithfully feeds these cats his colony is now 37, one has one eye, a few are deaf, all are fixed,and 2 now being treated for skin condition. They don't leave his house they go under house and all. When you gave him food you seen how grateful he was he kept saying thank you over and over he was so appreciative..true dedication.
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11-6-17 Holly - stomatitis cat
CALLING ALL ANGELS: HOLLY NEEDS YOUR HELP! (Concord, NC) This precious little angel wandered into my yard begging for help. She is very sick. Her entire bottom jaw is swollen and she for sure has at least 4 upper back teeth that need to be extracted. Her whole mouth is infected. She has stomatitis on top of everything else. She was tested for FIV (negative), given a convenia shot, and a rabies shot. The vet wants the antibiotic on board for at least a week to combat the inflammation before performing the surgery. She is approximately 5 years old. I was told the surgery will at least cost $500. If you could find it in your heart to help her I would appreciate it. I am not a rescue; just an ordinary person trying to make a difference one cat at a time. (Not a 501c3 and vet refuses payment over the phone)
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11-10-17 Blossom stray kitten with crushed leg
There is a man in Plymouth Pa that needs help with 2 very small kittens he says just weaning from mother cat . One of the kittens has a broken leg. Update on injured kitten: Caught them and got them to the ER vet. Dr Kathio says the kitten has infection throughout her body and her leg bones are shattered. He feels that it would be in her best interest to remove the leg. Surgery will be done tonight. Update: Blossom came through surgery just fine she will be able to go to her foster home hopefully tomorrow please continue to share as her bill still needs to be paid. I am asking any of my Kitty friends to please call Dr Kathios office and make a donation towards this kittens care under Michele Brunners name, the kitten we are calling Blossom. Michele was tagged in a post to go help a kitten with a broken leg and she was able to get two kittens to safety but there's a vet bill that should not be her sole responsibility. I am asking you all to please keep this kitten in your prayers if you can donate please donate and if you cannot donate please share this post.
Vet: Pittston Animal Hospital: 570 655 2412
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11-14-17 Sweetheart - very ill cat
Imagine you're a cat for a moment. You've come from a neglectful home. This home you lived in left you at a horrendous city intake facility because you are now 10 years old. You're not old for a cat; you're just not young. The person who is supposed to take care of you left you absurdly overweight at 18 lbs, and now you have trouble walking and taking care of yourself. Sorry, you're no longer convenient so off you go.
After you enter the city shelter, you are confined to a cage where you're unable to move around well enough and your fur becomes completely matted, painfully pulling on your skin. You have to go to the bathroom? Since you don't have enough room to move around, you inevitably end up covered in your own urine and feces. Think that's bad enough? Now, because of the deplorable conditions in the city shelter, you've caught Calicivirus which has caused a URI, mouth sores, and other extremely unpleasant symptoms. Well, how dare you get sick. It must be time to put you down. You're terrified in this shelter and now you're being blamed for being an innocent, beautiful, but unlucky kitty.
The only reason you're saved from death row at the city shelter is because a fairly new non-profit rescue decides to pull you and a foster (that's me) agreed to take you. After 2 vet visits with the foster, paid for by the struggling non-profit, you finally begin to recover from this nightmare you endured for months. You finally think it's your time to retire in peace and find your forever home, but that is not your fate.
You've had nearly two months living in peace, spending your days eating, sleeping and occasionally playing with your foster brothers and sister. You 're getting lots of love from your foster mom in the form of cuddles, petting and sometimes more attention than you'd prefer. Yet, in all this tranquility, you start feeling sick again. You begin throwing up bile and you've become icteric (presenting with jaundice). You and everyone around you is in complete dismay; you don't deserve this at all. You were finally on your road to health and happiness and it was ripped away from you once again.
This is the condition Sweetheart is now battling. Because she stopped eating and drinking on her own, she is in Mt. Laurel Animal Hospital with a feeding tube to give her supportive care so she can fight pancreatitis and hepatic lipidosis (fatty liver). The amazing non-profit rescue organization, Kizzy's Place, has put itself in financial vulnerability just to help this poor girl. Her bills are already over $6000 because of 3 vet visits and hospitalization. Kizzy's Place desperately needs donations to help pay for Sweetheart's medical costs. Kizzys Place is a 501c3 non profit
Facebook page for Kizzys Place: https://www.facebook.com/kizzysplace/
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11-16-17 Food needed for feral cat colony in Schenecksville, Pa
Sent $165.00 worth of food for this colony
11-25-17 Chuey dog with broken legs
I rescued Chuey when he was only 4 weeks old and trained him to be the kindest dog you have ever met. Shortly after the twins were born, the landlord of the house we were renting told us she had sold the house and we had to get out. So trying to find something that quickly was a little tricky...thankfully, we did. However, they don't allow pets. I had to find a place for him to go temporarily. I found this lady who fosters animals and thought she worked with a rescue. We went to check out her house (it was a nice house) & to meet her, Chuey seemed to like her and we jointly decided he could stay there for a short while. After a little time being there, all the communication between her and I stopped. She had left and I had no way of knowing anything about her or my dog. I got a call on Saturday, 11/18/17 from the Warden of animal control in a county that's an hour and half away from me, saying that he had my dog! He found Chuey laying in a cornfield, suffering from malnutrition, dehydration and two broken legs! 😢 Needless to say, I was hysterical. We probably have no way of catching this person that did this to my dog but I am so thankful that I got him chipped though otherwise they would have just put him to sleep! The Warden told me that he has worms, which they are treating but considering the severity of one of his legs, it needs to be amputated and the state will not pay for that.I need your help please! Chuey needs your help! I am raising toddler twins and truly do not have any of the money for this but I need my best friend back home with me. I need to shower him with love and nurse him back to good health so he can enjoy life once again!"
Baileys Way Rescue has stepped in to try to help...as animal lovers, rescuers, advocates...if you can donate, please do...if you can't, please network and beg for help...if you pray, pray...keep those positive thoughts coming for Chuey! He has to be picked up on Monday from the kill shelter and then taken to a vet. We are going to reach out to vets in the Pekin area in hopes of a rescue discount for this procedure (or at the very least, an evaluation & treatment plan). ANY HELP IS SOOOO VERY MUCH APPRECIATED!Message us if you have ideas! Chuey deserves this! All donations are tax deductible as we are a 501c3 non-profit rescue. Ann & the Bailey's Way Rescue Team
Bailey's Way Rescue, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization
Fundraiser page: https://www.youcaring.com/chueyinjureddog-1022423
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11-30-17 Jasper - burned dog
Meet Jasper, He was rushed to her vet this morning with severe injuries. Animal control picked him up, and it is unknown what happened to him, either he was hit by a car or attacked by something, but he is in bad shape. In addition to his bad injuries, he is emaciated. Please, if anyone can help with his vetting, and critical care, you can send donations, no amount is too small
UPDATE: The vet thinks he was hit by a car and dragged, and it happened at least 4 days ago. So this poor boy was running around like this for AT LEAST 4 days. He is extremely emaciated, and was throwing up sticks and rocks. Dogs will eat just about anything to fill their stomach when they are starved. The vet said he cannot be put under due to his poor condition, because the anestesia could kill him, so they will put him on antibiotics, pain meds and carefully clean his wounds. Once he is more stable they will do more to treat the wounds.
After cleaning him up a bit, now the vet believes something was spilled or poured on him. I have no words.
Jasper is eating well, and is such a happy pup, despite his injuries. He is improving every day. The vet believes he is only between 10 and 12 months old. He loves attention is is happy to be around people, which just amazes me. Jackie has a video of him on her page and on the Rainbow Rescue page. He is still in need of alot of care, and funds to help are still desperately needed. Thank you to all that have donated and shared his story. Please continue to share and donate if you are able. Rainbow Animal Rescue is a 501c3)
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Williamston Vet Clinic 252 792 3000 (for Jasper, and Rainbow Animal Rescue)
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