On Sunday, December 29th, we noticed Troy had been squinting his eyes and not being himself. On January 3rd, after multiple vet visits, we found out Troy has juvenile cataracts. At just one year old he has nearly lost his vision in just a matter of days. We were not prepared for any health complications with Troy. Perhaps, you can say, Albert and I were naive to think that just because he was a very young pup...he wouldn't have medical issues this soon. The onset of his cataracts came at lightning speed. We need $4900
for his eye surgery. We have half of the money to give ourselves, but it would take us a longer time to reach the full amount needed. The longer we take to set up his surgery, the larger his cataracts get and the more eye damage is caused. This lessens the chance of him ever regaining his vision. Albert and I would be forever grateful for anything you could donate. Even if you cannot give money, sharing this link for us would be greatly appreciated. It's been very, very tough on us. He cannot see us anymore and he can't help but bump into everything. We'd love to give him the happiest life we can offer. Thank you very much for your time. I know, I'm crazy for an animal...but he's a part of my family. I love Troy to death and I will NOT give up on him.
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Below is the website to his ophthalmologist where you can see the surgery estimate for at least one of his eyes.