A little over a year ago before the pandemic began, I lost my job due to my mental health, this is not the first time this has happened. What this led to was a breakdown in my relationship, homelessness and hardship, but persevered telling myself to do it for my dog, who has been by my side for five years. I vowed that as soon as I came into some money, the first thing I would do is get pet insurance for my dog and luckily I was able to get him premium annual life insurance. Unfortunately, he did end up getting sick and my insurance policy will not cover his vet bills because he initial got sick only one day before the end of the waiting period.
I recently found out I have been living with Autism for thirty years and it's shed light on many things, one thing in particular is my inability to find or stay in work despite being a hard worker. Although I can now get the proper support I need to excel, my dog's health seems to be deteriorating and without the luxuries of family or a job, I have no idea what I'm to do in case time runs out.
I have always tried to do the right thing but I have understood things just are harder for me, but it's not fair that they should be harder on my dog. He's the only family I have and has always been by my side, losing him is not an option nor is his suffering. Even if I get £0 and someone who's a vet can check him and either reassure me he's ok or get the help he needs, I will be ok. My landlord is asking me for my rent which I don't have and I wouldn't pay if I did, because I just want to take my dog to vet.
Thanks for reading and I hope someone somewhere is listening but please remember, this is not for me, it's for one of the most gentle dogs you'll ever meet.
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