Please help our not so Lucky boy
Hi my name is Leeann and I rescue some tough kitty cases which has cost me quite a large sum over the years. I rescued Lucky the night of his leg amputation from Little wanderers NYC cat rescue. Lucky was only 4mo old and had fallen out of a 7 story building, shattering his leg. Lucky to be alive! I inquired about rehabilitating him even though he had a foster lined up and Lucky for me, they were a no show after his procedure. So I adopted Lucky on the spot and he quickly adapted to my traveling work life. The best road buddy and hotel room guard ! Lucky is fortunate to have two step hounds that he manages here in Atlanta and a dad who loves him in spite of his late night zoomies and constant desire to be carried around the house like a baby. Unfortunately Lucky developed seizures earlier this year and it’s been an uphill battle juggling medications, special diet, ER visits and all nighters with a drooling, seizing little beeb. Work, sleep and sanity have been lost here at home but nothing compares to what this poor 2 year old cat is experiencing. A seizure for lucky can last an entire day, he won’t consume food or water, he will pee on himself, drool profusely, becomes briefly paralyzed and naturally not be able to comprehend why doctors keep poking him. At this point we’re in over 5k as I currently sit here in another ER visit listening to CT and liver shunt surgery estimates ranging from 10-15k. After these procedures go well, Lucky could be healthy and medication free. He’s only two years old which means as a pet mom I must do everything in my capability to prolong this innocent life. I’m Lucky he’s a fighter and Lucky is Lucky that I am too, but now, we need your help. If you’re an animal lover and would do anything for your babies help Lucky live a healthy long life. No amount of money is too small and we appreciate any positive healing energy sent our way. Thanks for believing in Luck!
Yours truly, a concerned pet mama.
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