My kitten has to have surgery to walk again

Lilith is a 13  week old kitten who could really use your help. About an hour ago we went to the vet again and she told us that she will have to have surgery. Ruptured Cranial Cruciate Ligament it's called and the vet says it's better to have surgery now and she is young.  I know that when you take in a pet you should be prepared for these cases, but I honestly didn't expect it be a 1000 euros. 

Saturday night I hear a sound and I run downstairs and saw lilith on the ground. She is a very playfull kitten and she jumps a lot.  But this time she fell very badly.  We got in the car my sister and I and brought her to the vet.  We think she tried to get catch a fly or something which made her jump on the kitchen and then jump again,..  As this happened at 1 am in the night in a weekend the price was very high.  As I'm a student I don't have too much money. I did make sure to have savings on my bank in case something would happen... I'm  glad I had. 

I am glad they can help her but I don't know how I can get that kind  of money in such short time. I don't have those around me who are financially able to help me. That's why I'm making this page.

Lilith has been with me since she was 5,5 weeks old.  The moment I saw her I fell in love and she has been so far all I could wish for. She is so sweet. I hate to see her in pain like this and I wish I was there to stop her.  I know it might be too much to ask but I could really use any kind of help 



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Lisetta Poel 
Almere Haven, NL
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