This is Reebok known as Arthur as well. He is only 4,5 months old. Only a few weeks ago he and his sister were adopted from the shelter. They and two more kittens were born on the street during the cold Swedish winter and would die, but one amazing woman Tracy who owns the shelter spent many hours and kittens together with their mother where in the worm and safe place. Reebok went to the veterinary and got all vaccinations, vet signed him as a completely healthy kitten OK for adoption. But on March 5th (3 weeks after adoption), recently Reebok couldn't breathe and I drove him to the vet ambulance department. The next day he got diagnosed with FIP. Vet told me to let him sleep forever because in Sweden they don't treat cats with FIP. Another option was to sign him in the bigger clinic with supporting treatment which costs more than 15 000 USD with no result. Thanks, Gud, Tracy has found contacts to FIP Warriors and we could find GS-medicine straight from the distributor. I started to treat Reebok at home with everyday injections for at least 84 days. He needs to go to the vet when he cannot breathe to get rid of liquids in his chest and get some oxygen. One visit costs 250 - 2000 USD. The injection price is 20 USD a day (1680 USD total price). The goal is just to cover Reebok's last visits to the vet since it was an unexpectedly big amount of money during one week (3500 USD). Insurance is not covering costs if the diagnosis is FIP. And of course, the main goal is to save one little life! Every help matters and all raised money will be equally divided with the owner of Reebok's bro Max. Lately, we just got to know that Max was in the same vet ambulance as us, on the same day with the same diagnosis :( Max condition is even worse than Reebok's, he visits the vet every second day. The bill is so far the same big as Reeboks. But both I and Max's mother won't give up! From our side, we can promise to spread the knowledge so more FIP cats can be treated in Sweden and of course to treat our kittens until they are healthy again.
P.S. Send your prayers for Reebok's sis Puma, since two kittens from one cat family got FIP we are very afraid for her health.