Mabel has to have a feeding tube. Put in under anaesthetic. For 48 hours it’s going to be £990 on top of what the bill is already. This is without other medications. This is a lot of money and I have to ask for help again. I don’t relish doing this but this is her last chance. Without nutrients she won’t survive. The vets have tried everything. But the £990 is on top of what the bill is already. We fight for cats. But I have always to think of the funds for the other ones we have in, but I’ve told them to go ahead and do this. The funds and donations we have had in covers the bill so far just. But to hear this sends me into stress mode but we cannot give up on her. It’s a last chance option and one I have to take. Will take. And I hate the begging bowl out. I’m sensible with funds but when is fighting for survival I also have to think of that cat. Any help no matter how small will be appreciated.
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I’ll have to ring and pay more off tomorrow now I have committed to helping her even though I know it’s a tough one. We want mabel to be well. And recover. Xxxx
Tom came into is this week. He wasn’t too happy but progress has been made. He’s likes to stay behind the tv at the moment but look at him accepted strokes from his lovely foster mum Karon. Xxxxx ... See MoreSee Less
Mabel can’t regulate her body temperature they have had to put her in a more heated room with heat pads not eaten doesn’t like the syringe feed they going to try appetite stimulants no change really but the vets are doing what they can.
The bill is approaching £600 and will go up again with today’s care so if you haven’t yet donated and would like to. That would be appreciated. Xxx
Thank you to everyone who has donated so far we really appreciate this. We need to keep her in for as long as they need her in there, which is looking like till after the weekend and possibly longer.
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Mabel is in Birstall vets for pets also if anyone wants to donate direct xxx ... See MoreSee Less
Foster fail. It had to happen it was just a matter of when. 😃😃😃
Lovely jinx who hasn’t had the best of starts to life who messed herself when she was coming out of the carrier when she came in. Scabby and fur loss but Matt and Lauren have just fallen in love with her and want to provide her with a life where she will be loved and cherished. Both said they couldn’t bear to move her on as she’s settling so well in their home and I think Matt from the off just melted when he saw how bad she was. Xxx
This little girl will go on to have a loved and happy life. And I for one could not be happier for her.
Happy new home Jinx. Your life changed when you came into Henry’s and won the heart of your foster mum and dad. Xxxx ... See MoreSee Less
Luna will soon be looking for her new home. In for spaying in a week and then vacs can start.
Luna need to go to a non cat household or a household with one other placid cat. She’s fab with people though. Homes with more than one cat will not be considered as we need to place them in the most suitable home.
Update on Mabel she’s been a little brighter overnight. She’s on fluids and IV antibiotics. She’s not eaten although they are trying to tempt her to eat. Her urine is very yellow which could be to do with that she was so dehydrated but the vets have just said to me they will probably get a urine sample to test. I said she can have what she needs anything at all. To do what they need to do and they will keep me updated on the bill which it will be what it will be. She’s is more important and getting her right than money. She’s all snotty with discharge coming from her eyes and nose also and I find when they are snotty they just don’t want to eat but fingers crossed she will soon be tempted. They said to me she’s a lovely little thing and is enjoying having a fuss. They will update me after lunch. Xxxxx
I’m sorry to have to appeal but that I must . We have an extremely poorly cat in the out of hours vets tonight. She is unwell and we want to do everything we can to try and save her. I have just paid £500 to the vets to cover some care but this will add up over the weekend but she has to stay in as basically she’s fighting for her life. And we want to fight for her too and again it always boils down to finances. The unexpected often comes but we do what we can despite the cost.
If anyone would like to like to help towards Mabel’s care it would be much appreciated. I don’t like doing appeals I just don’t but sometimes we are faced with the unexpected and we do have contingency funds but they soon go and we just want to do what we can for this little girl. She’s been in at bramley’s all day. Bloods taken they are all over the place she’s dehydrated and isn’t eating.
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Thank you to Jan for your help tonight. I will post a picture of Mabel as she was waiting to see the out of hours vet. Taken by Jan. xxxx ... See MoreSee Less
Midnight. She’s been in a while. She had a dental when she first came in and we shaved her to see if she was spayed which we don’t think she is so that’s the next job for us to do. She wasn’t herself a few weeks ago and was admitted for fluids and monitoring but she’s back to her normal bossy self. She rules the roost but not in a nasty way she’s just the boss. She is looking for her new home. She’s fine with other kitties but does just tell them off a lot but is a super playful little girl. Age we are not sure but we think a young girl so definitely under 3. Xxxxx ... See MoreSee Less
Meet Jinx. We were asked to help this little girl. She’s come from a situation where a lady has had to move home due to domestic abuse. She’s got some bald patches on her and Is probably stressed out. Who knows what she’s seen. She’s around 2 years old and now in with Henry’s. We try and not judge our only aim is to get a kitty safe and work with them.
Thank you to Lauren and Matt for offering to foster this gorgeous little girl.
Meet Evie and Esme. Two gorgeous grey tabby sisters. Absolutely stunning girls who have been so well looked after. But the previous owner had to rehome them and we were happy to help out. Around 7 months old they are like little twins.
Update. He is not up for adoption as yet as he’s only just come in and needs to settle in foster so we can see how is he with other kitties. And he still needs vaccinations 😊😊😊
Meet Mr Grey. He’s been in at Bramley for a good couple of week. Advertised and went unclaimed so he will come in under Henry’s now. He’s been neutered. Bloods done and a small injury to his leg sorted out. He was on the thin side so bloods were done but showed nothing untoward. Xxxx
Just his vacs to start but he was ready to come out and he’s now in foster. A young lad and a gorgeous one at that.
The fever coat babies. Three still with mum and little chunky monkeys. One has a home offer. Cammy. (The last pic is little girl in for hand rearing as she wasn’t doing so well) so we made the decision to give her a helping hand and she’s doing fab with Louise. Cammy’s coat is changing colour for sure and the other three I’m not sure yet possible black maybe or black and white but who knows. The last litter we had in like this two tortie girls and a black and white. Xxx ... See MoreSee Less