Many members of our group will remember the story of Onyx. He had a badly infected eye that needed to be removed. We were able to help schedule him a surgery appointment but it wasn’t for several weeks. In the meantime, we sent him to a local vet, who prescribed eye drops and antibiotics while he waited for his surgery date. When surgery day arrived, Onyx did great We were pleased to hear that he got through the procedure with no issues! He has since made a full recovery.
When we learned about Orion he was doing very poorly. He had already been admitted to the ER and was in an oxygen tent, diagnosed with pulmonary edema, fluid around his lungs and shortness of breath. The vet needed to keep him overnight for observation, blood work and X-rays. The cost was extremely high and Orion’s family had already paid as much as they were able to, which is when the Weirdos stepped in. The overwhelming generosity of our members allowed us to pay for the necessary diagnostics and treatment.
Thankfully, Orion was able to be weaned off oxygen the next morning. His lungs looked good on the X-rays. Without a lung biopsy, the exact cause for his symptoms was not known but he was treated for possible pneumonia and lung work. Orion was discharged and made a full recovery!
Olive had a terribly upset tummy - so much so that her Mummy was very worried. This week, Olive was seen at Petvet in Copley and she has been prescribed medication and probiotics. She is already on the mend.
This little boy is doing amazing! He gets around perfectly fine, hes happy and hes content! And boy is he a talker! Every time I come in the room he chirps and meows. Hes such a sweet baby. He loves to cuddle and be held as well. His stitches come out in another week. He takes his meds like a champ too.
The leadership team was contacted the day before Thanksgiving about a sweet kitty who had been found wandering around with a horrible eye injury. Kay Banks from Tabby Tails had picked him up and was on her way to the emergency vet to get this little guy help. The leadership team immediately put up an emergency post so that Kay could get him treatment. The emergency vet stabilized him with the plan that he would be taken to a regular vet on Black Friday to have his eye removed. Friday morning, Kay took the kitten named Baha to her vet and they scheduled the enucleation for that afternoon.
The weirdos came together to raise $600 to go towards his surgery. With the help of donations directly to Tabby Tails, we were able to get him all taken care of!
Baha came through surgery with flying colors and is resting and recovering with Tabby Tails. He is an absolute sweetheart and had to have been someone’s pet before. He sleeps with Kay in her bed, and craves all the snuggles and pets! He is healing up well and if owners do not come forward to claim, he will be put up for adoption to find his furever family.