This is Jebb. Jebb is a stunningly cute main coon cat that I have had with me since he was a tiny kitten. He is now this big majestic creature, and he has been brining me joy, affection, cuteness and that amazing feline mysterious class. Jebb has joined me with this brother Mistral in my new flat just a week ago. My ex boyfriend left me and I've had to find a new home very fast. Changing environment has been very stressful for him. One evening after work, I found him all sluggish and lethargic lying down on the floor. I took him straight to the vet A&E. They looked at him and found his bladder blocked full as a balloon, and his kidneys saturated with potassium, as he was unable to urinate. He's undergone surgery to unblock his bladder, under general anaesthesia, and has to be kept into intensive care for the next three days. Because of his kidneys not being able to excrete urine properly, his heart is at risk of arrhythmia and arrest, even now that his bladder is unblocked, because of how off the charts his levels were. He is now out of the woods and will be fine, I'm very grateful to the vets who've operated him. Annoyingly, the entire procedure is over £3,000, and that is money I do not have at the moment. I've had to move flats after my breakup and that wasn't planned, furnish the flat as well, and I'm just back from my only holiday of the year. I obviously hadn't budgeted for my cat to narrowly escape death and have to undergo expensive surgery either. I'm therefore turning towards you lovely people, and in the name of the love we have for our pets, these lovely furry purry creatures, hope you can help me, with any kind of amount, pay for the procedure that saved Jebb.