Casey is a 14-week-old kitten who came into RCR’s care in August as a neo-natal kitten in need of bottle feeding. He was a typical wee kitten until he started to develop what first looked like a bloody, swollen bum. After multiple veterinarian consultations, Casey was diagnosed with an atresia ani type 1 (atresia ani is an anorectal anomaly in small animals). The recommended treatment in Casey’s case is balloon dilation. The cost for Casey's treatment is $1,000.
Chip is a five-month-old kitten who came into RCR’s care with a severely twisted leg. X-rays revealed that Chip is suffering from a fracture through the digital growth plate of his tibia. The fracture happened after he was born and it causes Chip considerable pain. Because of the location and nature of the fracture, Chip requires an orthopedic surgery - pins will be inserted to keep the bones in place and then Chip will be in a splint for three weeks. The cost for Chip's surgery is $1,200.
Chip and Casey are young and otherwise healthy cats with a great futures ahead of them. RCR is asking for your help to raise $2,200 to treat Casey and Chip. We know this is a considerable ask, but these two sweet, loving kittens deserve a chance at pain-free and happy lives.
Donations of $10 or more qualify for a tax receipt. Any funds raised beyond the $2,200 for Casey and Chip will be used to help other abandoned cats and kittens requiring veterinary care.
Read more about Casey and Chip at our blog - http://www.reginacatrescue.com/blog/2017/11/rcr-seeks-financial-help-for-casey-chip
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