Please help this sweet boy!

Update on Mufasa/Formerly Huggins:
Please help Tenisha continue to pay for this boys care! Thank you!
He has spent a few nights at Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in ICU. This is day 5 of treatment for him. Karla Cutlip and I were traveling twice daily to give injections. I added sort of a progression of videos below. I dont have a video of the night we took him. It was bad. He was flaccid. His temp was 95 degrees and he had a PCV of 8.5%. He was in shock and unresponsive. Our game plan for today and tomorrow was suppose to be an echo, weaning from the oxygen cage, and potentially a biopsy. We were on our way this morning to give his injection and I received a call saying he was ready to come home. I couldn’t really process that considering the cat I had just seen the night before. Apparently he was so active in ICU last night he disturbed his feline neighbors, pulled his temp probe out, and knocked over his food. We actually got to come home! We’re settling in and got a nice bath. What a difference a few days can make. Once again a huge thanks to Nancy Ross and Butters Stotch for getting me through another rough start. Thank you to Karla Cutlip for being by my side every step of the way. Hoping for smooth sailing for sweet Moo Man from this point on. Keep us in your prayers please.

Hello this sweet boy needs help! He has had a terrible time. The people that were supposed to love him left him for several days to a high fever from infection which has now caused him to develop FIP.
 This cat was left alone after this episode. Just left with no care that he could be dying. He had three episodes in total (that they know of) in just one day. They didn’t take him to the vet, they didn’t even call the vet. Just messaged me wanting a new cat...not bothering to check his temp, nothing. “Has he been drinking and eating?” “Well he goes over there and pindles around”. He had lost almost 2lbs since his surgery, was severely dehydrated and had a fever of 103.7 after his fever broke!!!! His little body was wet when I picked him up, from his FEVER!!!!..So, I’ve sat here all night and all morning, wondering what possesses people to do the things they do. This cat was on his second day of these episodes during this video. Episodes that were caused from an extremely high fever. This cat had a surgery to remove a cyst, that when biopsied, tests came back clean. The vet, for some reason decided to do an incision around 6 inches long for a cyst that was no bigger than a pencil eraser. Fast-forward to now, the owners surrendering the cat, me taking him in for emergency visit last night to find out he has lingering infection in his body from either the operation or the cyst (that had busted before his surgery) and me getting messages from the owner “wanting a new cat”!!!! I thank God I met my lawyer and I can have it within my power to step in and take care of my babies if they are being neglected. And yes this is neglect!!!! To hell with videoing him for 2 minutes!! I would’ve had him in the car and to the vet ASAP!!!! There is no way I would give them a replacement cat for pure unadulterated neglect!!!! You may say well maybe they didn’t know he was fevered. The owner is a PA and if he can’t tell what a fever feels like then we’ve got problems!!! They cared nothing for him, turned a blind eye and just thought they’d get a new cat out of this!!! I’m beyond FURIOUS!! There is a terrible video of how they neglected him as well. If you would like to see it you may contact me and I will show you.ImageImage
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Karla Cutlip 
Shady Spring, WV
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