Medical Emergency Fund Page for Gracie & Connor
Loving mum finally gets the care she needs.
Gracie and her 6 two-day-old kittens were all very skinny when they were found by a good Samaritan. This loving stray was doing all she could to look after her babies but it soon became clear she was struggling with milk production. The vet recommended weaning the kittens and feeding by hand to help Gracie to gain weight without giving all her energy to her kittens.
All were improving well into Gracie started suffering from vomiting and diarrhea - she was rushed to the emergency vet. After many checks, she was put on a specialized diet in case she was struggling with allergies, provided with medications to support her recovery and closely monitored.
Little kitten Connor, the runt of the litter, started showing worrying signs of neurological damage. He was wobble on his legs when he tried to walk and also suffering from diarrhea. He's been provided with an antiparasitic medication and is getting much stronger and more stable. it's likely his wobbles were due to a lack of nutrition during pregnancy because poor Gracie was so skinny herself.
Gracie and Connor are both super affectionate. Connor is so gentle and loving giving endless kisses and licks. Gracie craves 24/7 attention and pets, she loves to chat away and share her love with everyone around her. She's been a complete star during all her tests and treatments - so patient and understanding. She's been a wonderful mum to her litter.
Will you show Gracie your loving heart by donating towards her and Connor's treatments?
Gracie's treatments have included blood/urine testing, x-rays, ultrasound, antibiotics, antinausea and probiotics, as well as a specialised diet and spay surgery. Connor has received a feeding plan, medications, careful monitoring and he's been booked in for neutering.
Personal updates for Gracie will be provided to anyone who donates to her care.
*Goal includes: surgery, medication, treatment, regular health check, and daily care for Gracie 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.