Medical Emergency Fund Page for Bonnie
Found wandering alone, lost and completely blind in one eye...
Bonnie was brought into care by a couple of good Samaritans who found her roaming around their neighborhood. They immediately noticed her cloudy and painful-looking left eye and knew something was wrong. Poor Bonnie wouldn't leave their side - her past remains a mystery, but she clearly needed help and medical attention.
After doing some tests, the vet team tried treatment to save Bonnie's eye. Sadly, the condition of her eye was too deteriorated and treatment didn't work. As a result, Bonnie needed an enucleation (surgical removal of the eye) to have the best quality of life moving forward. Unfortunately, her bad luck didn't stop there - after surgery, Bonnie started showing signs of swelling in her face, especially in the lip area. This sweet girl was diagnosed with Eosinophilic Granuloma Complex, which are uncomfortable skin sores that can be triggered by a number of allergens or infections. In Bonnie's case, it was due to allergies, so she's started a specialized food plan to help her recover.
Bonnie is a super spunky girl! Adapting to life with one eye hasn't seemed to slow her down. She still requires frequent checks to make sure her surgical site is recovering nicely, and that her allergies are kept at bay with her new diet. Despite her rough start to life, she is very cuddly and has been loving all the attention she's been getting from the shelter staff.
We can't wait to find Bonnie a loving home once she's made a full recovery - this sweet young girl will make a wonderful family member.
Will you help Bonnie get the care she needs so she can start her new life?
Personal updates for Bonnie will be provided to anyone who donates to her campaign.
*Goal includes: surgery, medication, treatment, regular health check, and daily care for Bonnie 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.