This is Helen. April 2020 I opened my front door to Helen giving birth when I opened the door she ran in with one kitten in her mouth and gave birth to 4 others. Helen has been in my home from that day. After the kittens were 9 weeks old I took them to the local SPCA "reluctantly " as my family fell in love with them all. We have decided to keep Helen, the mother , but wasn't aware of the cost of keeping her healthy and happy. After making phone calls to local veterinarian clinics I was informed that Helen needs to be spayed , vaccinations, rabies shot , also lab work and pain medicine following the procedure. I can't afford the procedure but also can't afford to lose her to a shelter as she has become part of the family. Because of COVID-19 and the recent hurricane in my area letting her go is not an option as she is a source of comfort for my family so her health has become a priority. Any donation will be appreciated. Thank you and be kind to strays. Keep them safe as they keep us happy.