Feline House Fire Survivors Fund

Three cats and a dog were rescued from a house fire in Huntersville, NC by some truly brave emergency crews today (6/7/17). The dog is doing well and is safe with the owner. However, the three cats are in critical condition due to smoke inhalation, with one doing slightly better than the others. They were brought to Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Huntersville, NC for emergency care where they will be taken care of by numerous emergency doctors. The owner has lost his home but luckily, his pets have been saved. The cost of caring for multiple critically ill patients is expensive and despite providing significantly discounted care, they will need some help with care and getting back on their paws. The owner gave permission for the CVS staff to create this GoFundMe for his pets. Any donations you can provide are greatly appreciated. Thank you for reading and please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.

Ella is incredibly sweet despite her traumatic event. She loves to be pet and kneads her paws while resting.
Blythe is having a very difficult time recovering from her smoke inhalation. She appears to be the most significantly affected at this time but has shown some improvement since she was admitted to the hospital.

Emergency responders providing oxygen support for two of our two feline friends.

Donations

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  • Melissa Cyrus 
    • $25 
    • 44 mos
  • Brenda Pressley 
    • $50 
    • 44 mos
  • Carol Ashcraft 
    • $25 
    • 44 mos
  • Mary Ashley Laine 
    • $100 
    • 44 mos
  • Angel Lewis 
    • $20 
    • 44 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Samantha Stine 
Organizer
Huntersville, NC
Douglas Welsh 
Beneficiary
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