Glenda and Charlotte's FIP Fight

Hello everyone, back in August of this year, my beautiful Snowshoe rescue kitty, Glenda was diagnosed with wet FIP. She immediately was started on meds which are very expensive and run a course of at least 84 days. It is life-saving. She has been doing very well but when we got to the 84 days, her blood results just weren't quite there so she is continuing and as of this writing she is on day 104. Blood tests were done this week and the numbers are still off so she has to continue at almost a double dose. Then, three weeks ago another one of my rescues, Charlotte was diagnosed with the possibility of either FIP or lymphoma. After blood tests and x-rays, we decided to go with the FIP meds and she is improving however she's only on day 16 today. The meds are working but with Glenda not coming off at 84 days, and maybe on for least another three to four weeks, the cost of meds has become way out of range for me. I cannot come this far and stop. They are doing well but we need help! I also have another kitty who was rescued as a kitten who has to have emergency surgery tomorrow so I am terribly tapped-out. I'm on a fixed income and my Care Credit is maxed out not to mention this is getting into the cost of food. We have 20 rescue cats including outside ferals plus other rescued animals which are manageable without this added emergency.

If anyone would like to help, even a little goes a long way.

Thank you so much for your help... these babies all deserve a long healthy life and I won't give up on them!
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