Last week, Dracula's appetite suddenly disappeared, which was a shock to my family and I, because he normally wants to eat everything in sight. When my parents brought him to the vet, he was diagnosed with diabetes and a severe case of pancreatitis. His pancreas was so inflamed that after a two day stay at his normal vet, he was transferred to an emergency facility and placed in the ICU to be monitored 24/7 by a team of specialists for 48 hours.
This stay was a large expense, but we wanted to do everything in our power to give Dracula the care that he needed. After those 48 hours of analysis, we were told that his overall condition, unfortunately, wasn't improving.
Sadly, on July 28, 2017, my family and I had to say goodbye to sweet little Dracula. We miss him dearly, as he was just as big a part of the family as anyone, if not more so.
The past week of medical bills have totalled close to $5,000, and any little bit of outside donations would be a huge help to my family and I.
We're so thankful for our time with little Dracula and cannot begin to express how much he touched our lives. I'd like to express our gratitude for anyone who can help us bounce back during this extremely difficult time.
Thank you so much from us and Dracula!
xoxoxo woof woof woof. We love you Dracula! <3
Dracula, Me, Janine(my fiance)
Peek-a-boo, it's Dracula!
You are my sunshine!
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