On January 29th, Perri Lowe lost everything in a house fire. She was rescued by a neighbor, who pulled her out the window. Unfortunately, her beloved dogs, cats, and foster kittens did not make it out. Perri, who has asthma, was treated for smoke inhalation and burns on her hands and eyes--injuries she received trying to save her animals.
Perri has done so much for the community--she is an active foster for Nashville Cat Rescue, saving hundreds of lives each year. Let's lift her up and support her in this time of need.
Donations will be used to replace necessities lost in the fire such as clothing, personal items, medications, glasses, glucose monitor, blood pressure monitor, and phone. After she's released from the hospital, she's planning to recover at her son's house and will determine what to do about housing, furniture, and other household items. Perri's dear friend and fellow NCR foster Brandi Hodge has been by her side in the hospital. At Perri's request, Brandi is withdrawing the money from gofundme and will issue a check to Perri.
Any amount helps. Thank you so much for your support!https://www.wkrn.com/news/local-news/nashville-woman-recovering-after-being-hurt-losing-home-pets-to-fire/1741347470?fbclid=IwAR3ibyorUYYhdeMBP8geKoOAPASX72WBAZTWKWWgb4bjr8KbX6xpBbUvPyUhttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/cat-rescuer-loses-home-rescued-animals-after-devastating-firehttps://www.wsmv.com/news/woman-burned-several-pets-killed-in-madison-house-fire/article_0bd5066a-248b-11e9-b3ed-77bf6e8dfebb.html