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$1941 Raised
$1930

Fundraiser Donors

  1. Gurjinder Olekh
    $250
  2. In memory of Timmy
    $120
  3. Amanda Love
    $120
  4. John Fenwick
    $100
  5. Memory of my beautiful molsen
    $65
  6. Paul Beddoes
    $60
  7. I love kitties
    $60
  8. Ian j Ferguson
    $60
  9. Natasha C
    $50
  10. in memory of jack
    $50
  11. Sherryll
    $50
  12. Anonymous
    $50
  13. Anonymous
    $50
  14. Cathy Bultitude
    $50
  15. Mary Orme
    $50
  16. Ms. Michelle Nelmes
    $50
  17. Deb & Nando
    $49
  18. Julia Girouard
    $40
  19. Tristan F.
    $35
  20. Greg Giles
    $35
  21. Aries and Brandon
    $35
  22. Kyrsten miller
    $35
  23. Fei Chen
    $35
  24. Anonymous
    $35
  25. Marjorie Strano
    $35
  26. Vicky Hsu
    $35
  27. Janet
    $35
  28. Daniel J Shorman
    $35
  29. Sherry Freeman
    $20
  30. Pingyue Xu
    $20
  31. max
    $20
  32. Feel better sweet kitty
    $20
  33. Rebecca Curtis
    $20
  34. leonie macmillan
    $20
  35. jeanette - Joey & ETN & Wende
    $20
  36. Tom Kuo Chung Weng
    $20
  37. Anonymous
    $20
  38. Anisha D.
    $17
  39. Krystal Claire
    $10
  40. Alyssa
    $10
  41. Rossi Radzion
    $10
  42. In Memory of beautiful TJ Prince
    $10
  43. Bernadine Reyes
    $10
  44. Miss Joanne Wilson
    $10
  45. J P
    $10

Medical Emergency Fund Page for Meow Meow

Meow Meow knew when she needed to reach out for human help. Despite being a feral cat, this sociable girl had become close to the caretaker of the large group of kitties she was part of. Sadly, when the caretaker passed away and Meow Meow was suffering in pain, she had to seek help from someone else.

The sweet, five-year-old tabby arrived on the property of some caring folks who were very concerned about her condition and clear wounding. They immediately bought her in to be seen by the vet. The thorough examination revealed this poor gal had mysteriously bad burning on her behind, something the vet had never seen before. She required surgery to remove the damaged tissue and skin to help her heal properly. Her recovery was going well, until Meow Meow started urinating around the house which raised the alarm of concern again.

Another trip to the vet revealed a fracture in her tail had caused nerve damage, resulting in Meow Meow struggling to sense when she needed to use her litter box. This loveable kitty will now need weekly shots to help stimulate the healing nerves to help her gain control again. She'll also be monitored for urinary infection with regular testing and a specialized diet.

Meow Meow has so much love to give! She is currently in foster with the Good Samaritan who found her and is living in luxury compared to her previous life. She's feeling better but still has a way to go on her road to recovery. This adorable cat needs your love today, please help her get the care she needs to recover fully by donating to her treatments.

Personal updates for Meow Meow will be provided to anyone who donates to her campaign.

*Goal includes: surgery, medication, treatment, regular health check, and daily care for Meow Meow until she’s ready for adoption. If her medical costs and cost of care is less than is raised in her name, additional funds will provide care for other animals.