Please help us help Daisy Moonpie

Daisy Moonpie was found at 50th and Springfield in West Philadelphia on a rainy day, dragging her back leg. Project M.E.O.W. quickly jumped to action and trapped this sweet girl.

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This was three weeks ago and in that time we've had four vet visits and consultations trying to figure out whether or not she can keep her back leg. It's tricky, because she still has some function in the leg and the nerves are not completely dead. But due to the pain, extended recovery, and uncertainty of being able to fix her hip, we have decided it will be easier for her to get the leg amputated. This will quicken her recovery and get her feeling better in far less time. 

We have gotten an incredibly generous offer to match up to $750 so that we can reach our goal of $3,250 even faster! 

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Since Daisy Moonpie has been in a foster home for almost a month already, we know that she is a sweet, friendly, and cuddly cat. We are certain that her recovery will be smooth since she's of such high spirits. Unfortunately the high cost of this procedure means we cannot get this amputation done until we have the funding, so time is of the essence to help this sweetie!

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Project M.E.O.W. is a non-profit animal welfare organization run completely by volunteers. Every donation goes directly to help our kitties in need. Please share and donate if you can, every little bit helps!!

Thank you. <3

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