Rallo's Hope Fund

On Saturday July 1st, rallo experienced a bloody nose so Molly took him to the vet on Sunday. The vet gave Rallo a full exam and blood work ($500) where it was discovered that Rallo had Lyme disease. While at the vet, Molly and Jordan expressed concerns about Rallo's vision but the vet assured them he could see and sent them home . Rallo began a month long, $215 antibiotic for Lyme disease and Molly and Jordan hoped for the best. Monday night Rallo began bumping into walls and became fearful outside. Molly and Jordan brought Jordan to the vet again on Tuesday concerned about his vision and his energy levels, as he was sleeping close to 23 hours a day. The vet assured them that Rallo could still see and they just needed to wait it out and sent them home. On Thursday night, Rallo experienced another severe nose bleed that Jordan could not get to stop. After continuous bleeding for over 30 minutes, Rallo collapsed and urinated on himself. Molly tried to pick Rallo up and get him to stand but he could not hold himself up. About 15 minutes later, Molly was holding Rallo when he let out a moan and began seizing, urinating on himself once again. At this point Rallo became completely limp in Molly's arms and became unresponsive to Jordan and Molly's voices. They rushed him to the ER where the vet was unable to find a heartbeat or blood pressure. Rallo was rushed to the ICU where the doctor informed them he had a higher chance of passing then surviving. Thankfully, they were able to stabilize him and after about an hour Jordan and Molly were able to see him. Rallo immediately responded to their voices and stood up when Molly rubbed him but as soon as he stood up Rallo began seizing again. The vet believes that Rallo either has a fungal infection that had spread to his brain or a form of cancer. Molly and Jordan put a $2000 down payment for his treatment which was the lowest estimate they were given and left him overnight in the hospital. Rallo has remained in the ICU since Thursday evening under going tests and procedures. As of now, he is stable but completely blind. His condition requires more testing and continuous treatment and antibiotics. Jordan and Molly love Rallo and want to be able to provide him with the absolute best care possible, which is where you come in. Any amount helps and they will provide receipts from the vet and from pharmacies providing antibiotics so you can be assured your money is going only to save Rallo's life!
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Donations

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  • Kelly Conaty 
    • $50 
    • 43 mos
  • Allegra Logan 
    • $50 
    • 43 mos
  • Daniel Scifo 
    • $50 
    • 43 mos
  • Alyssa Mattas 
    • $25 
    • 43 mos
  • Matt Murphy 
    • $50 
    • 43 mos
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Organizer

Jordan Hopgood 
Organizer
Silver Spring, MD
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