Category: fuckyeahfelines

Hope Animal Shelter in need of donations after…

Hope Animal Shelter in need of donations after flood damage:

scarletdisciple:

This is the shelter my mother rescued her cat Sammy from. It’s the only no-kill shelter serving northern Tucson (and honestly covers a lot more than that). A ferocious microburst came through a couple days ago, causing a major train derailment… and also badly flooding the shelter. Please donate if you can.

@mostlycatsmostly

@fuckyeahfelines

orcchan: vorynur: hey tumblri’m going to open…

orcchan:

vorynur:

hey tumblr
i’m going to open emergency commissions along with my friend crystal to help pay for vet bills

this is my baby boy Congo, who is the most important pet ive ever had in my life. Congo was rushed to the vet’s today due to him not using his back legs. it’s not 100% confirmed yet, but the vet says the likely diagnosis for this is what is called saddle thrombus, which often has a grim prognosis
my very precious cat could possibly die and i don’t know what to do or how to handle it right now

ive included a picture of my vet bill to show what his current treatment is and its cost. as you can see, the highest cost for diagnostics and treatment is very near $3,000

here are some of my bust commission examples with prices:

sketch busts like this are $15
line art busts are $20
flat coloured busts are $30
full-colour/shaded busts are $45

here is my full commission information
to order a commission from me, simply shoot me a message here or via email at sodiumchloridealchemist@yahoo.com!

any help or signal boosts are greatly appreciated and loved and i can’t thank everyone enough for all the boosting already. i love this cat very very much and it pains me to see my baby this way and i want to help him and give him the chance at survival as much as possible

my friend crystal, bless her pure and perfect soul, is also holding emergency commissions for Congo (Dartty’s Commissions) and any donations should go to her paypal, Angel_Dartanian@hotmail.com

i seriously cant thank everyone enough for any help or signal boosting for my baby… i just want the best for him and for him to be okay, he’s so so very important to me.

@mostlycatsmostly

Help bring Kiko home

jayfortune:

loisamberp:

https://www.gofundme.com/bring-kiko-home

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Kiko is a 5 year old cat who was left at the vet by his previous owners in Abu Dhabi when they found out he needed his eyes removed.

Poor little Kiko is a fighter though, and is now doing extremely well, even without his sight.

We have found him an amazing home in the UK, with people who will love him, we just now need help raising some funds to help with the air fare, as shipping cats costs over £1,500. His new family can afford some of the cost, but we really need some help to reach the total.

Please help Kiko make his way to his loving new home in the UK.

We will provide full updates on Kikos journey once he makes the trip in October (Due to his snub nose he cannot fly during hot summer months).

Thank you all so much for your help, you are really changing this poor kittys life for the better! 

@mostlycatsmostly

Signal Boost for Kiko.

meowitch666: spiralsunshine: spiralsunshine:…

meowitch666:

spiralsunshine:

spiralsunshine:

I haven’t given an update in a few days, but Muñeco’s since been transferred to Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists to proceed with his treatment. After some initial complications, he’s been cleared for surgery and is ready for it to be performed, but the hospital needs a $2850 deposit before they can schedule his surgery.

As his medical bills have completely cleared our savings & has caused us to borrow a lot of money, I’ve started a GoFundMe to help cover the expenses. Any amount & spreading the word would help

Donate here: https://www.gofundme.com/help-cover-muneco039s-hospital-bills

Please reblog & donate to help cover my dear sweet boy’s medical expenses

@mostlycatsmostly

the-squat-cobbler: Hi you guys just getting t…

the-squat-cobbler:

Hi you guys just getting this out there. My best friend @creision​ is going through a really rough time. Her cat is super ill and this has been going on for close to two weeks. I love her cat dearly as does my friend and her mother. Here’s Pepper’s personal instagram if you guys want to get to know her. She’s so beautiful and feisty and I adore her little chirps. 

It’s been more than a week that she’s been sick. She won’t eat and she’s just not the cat she used to be anymore. She’s lethargic and sad. My friend has already taken her to the vet and there wasn’t a whole lot they could do without spending copious amounts of cash for more and more tests to see what’s wrong. The thing is, is my friend just barely got a job and her mom is recovering from a huge health scare. As important Pepper is to me and my friend, she’s even more important to my friend’s mom. She helped her get through some hard times. And I can’t begin to imagine life without her. I refuse to stop trying to find ways for her to get better. 

Which is where you guys come into play. I’m broke as all hell but I’m doing the most I can do and it’s by asking for you guys to reblog this post, to get the word out there to help my friend crowdfund enough cash to help Pepper get better. I need you guys. Boost or donate. Every little thing helps. 

Here’s a link to donate

and here’s my friend’s Tumblr if you want to contact her personally. She does have a paypal if you feel safer donating that way. 

Thank you so much. It means the world. x

meowitch666: darkheartdarksoul:I hate to do t…

meowitch666:

darkheartdarksoul:

I hate to do this here and I know it’s a long shot, but I need to find homes for these babies. I’m moving houses very soon and I can’t take them with me and if I can’t find homes for them I’m going to have to put them in a shelter and I’m terrified that they might be put down. None of them are fixed, and I know that’s usually a huge problem for people looking to adopt cats but we were never able to afford it, and I still want to try to find homes for them. If you live in the US in or around Tennessee and you’re interested in take one of them, please message me. This is my last hope. I love you all 💜

@coolcatgroup @mostlycatsmostly

mostlycatsmostly: Help Hadley Breathe!Souther…

mostlycatsmostly:

Help Hadley Breathe!

Southern California Siamese Rescue rescued Hadley from a high kill shelter in in December, 2017. She had been adopted and returned to the shelter for being sick with a URI (upper respiratory infection).

Once in foster care at SoCSR, Hadley seemed to recover from her URI, but then it came back. At one point foster mom had to syringe feed her because she was not eating. When cats and kittens can’t smell, they don’t want to eat.

Hadley’s breathing continued to be restricted and foster mom noticed her making ‘snorkeling’ sounds in her attempts to breathe. It was time for a vet visit. The vet suggested a CT image be done so we could actually see what was going on in her nasal passage. The CT was done in the beginning of January. Hadley was a trooper and breezed through the procedure. The CT showed an obstruction in what should be an open space past the end of her nasal passage. It was suggested that Hadley be given time to grow a little bit so it would be easier to do the procedure to remove the polyp.

Hadley has seen a specialist again and it appears that the polyp has grown since the CT image was done. Her breathing is getting more difficult for her, she mostly breathes with her mouth open, and she can’t shake the URI which is likely due to the polyp. Surgery has been scheduled for Monday, February 26. Without the surgery, her chances of survival are not good. At only five months old, Hadley deserves a chance to live a full life.

The surgery is a bit complicated. The surgeon will go in through the inside of the roof of her mouth. Hadley will be hospitalized for two to three days after the surgery so she can be monitored. Since there will be stitches in the roof of her mouth, she will need a temporary feeding tube.

Most of us take breathing for granted – it is something a healthy body does automatically, without thought. Please keep Hadley in your thoughts and prayers for a successful surgery so she too can breathe without effort.

We are hoping you will consider donating to help us with the cost of the surgery. The low end estimate we received is $3,548.67 and the high end $4,379.41.

No donation is too small!
Donations are tax deductible.

Thank you.

https://www.gofundme.com/help-hadley-breathe

Update from Susan via GoFundMe:

We know all of you are anxious to hear how Hadley is doing after her surgery today. We are waiting for more details and will fill you in when we get them, but what we do know is that Hadley is out of surgery, the polyp was removed and she is and doing well. Stay tuned for details.

Thank you everyone for your prayers and good thoughts. Please keep them coming to Hadley during her recovery.

No donation is too small! Donations are tax deductible.

Any funds received over the goal amount will be used for Hadley’s medical costs during recuperation and followup doctor visits.

Help spread the word!

mostlycatsmostly: Help Hadley Breathe!Souther…

mostlycatsmostly:

Help Hadley Breathe!

Southern California Siamese Rescue rescued Hadley from a high kill shelter in in December, 2017. She had been adopted and returned to the shelter for being sick with a URI (upper respiratory infection).

Once in foster care at SoCSR, Hadley seemed to recover from her URI, but then it came back. At one point foster mom had to syringe feed her because she was not eating. When cats and kittens can’t smell, they don’t want to eat.

Hadley’s breathing continued to be restricted and foster mom noticed her making ‘snorkeling’ sounds in her attempts to breathe. It was time for a vet visit. The vet suggested a CT image be done so we could actually see what was going on in her nasal passage. The CT was done in the beginning of January. Hadley was a trooper and breezed through the procedure. The CT showed an obstruction in what should be an open space past the end of her nasal passage. It was suggested that Hadley be given time to grow a little bit so it would be easier to do the procedure to remove the polyp.

Hadley has seen a specialist again and it appears that the polyp has grown since the CT image was done. Her breathing is getting more difficult for her, she mostly breathes with her mouth open, and she can’t shake the URI which is likely due to the polyp. Surgery has been scheduled for Monday, February 26. Without the surgery, her chances of survival are not good. At only five months old, Hadley deserves a chance to live a full life.

The surgery is a bit complicated. The surgeon will go in through the inside of the roof of her mouth. Hadley will be hospitalized for two to three days after the surgery so she can be monitored. Since there will be stitches in the roof of her mouth, she will need a temporary feeding tube.

Most of us take breathing for granted – it is something a healthy body does automatically, without thought. Please keep Hadley in your thoughts and prayers for a successful surgery so she too can breathe without effort.

We are hoping you will consider donating to help us with the cost of the surgery. The low end estimate we received is $3,548.67 and the high end $4,379.41.

No donation is too small!
Donations are tax deductible.

Thank you.

https://www.gofundme.com/help-hadley-breathe

Help Hadley Breathe!Southern California Siames…

Help Hadley Breathe!

Southern California Siamese Rescue rescued Hadley from a high kill shelter in in December, 2017. She had been adopted and returned to the shelter for being sick with a URI (upper respiratory infection).

Once in foster care at SoCSR, Hadley seemed to recover from her URI, but then it came back. At one point foster mom had to syringe feed her because she was not eating. When cats and kittens can’t smell, they don’t want to eat.

Hadley’s breathing continued to be restricted and foster mom noticed her making ‘snorkeling’ sounds in her attempts to breathe. It was time for a vet visit. The vet suggested a CT image be done so we could actually see what was going on in her nasal passage. The CT was done in the beginning of January. Hadley was a trooper and breezed through the procedure. The CT showed an obstruction in what should be an open space past the end of her nasal passage. It was suggested that Hadley be given time to grow a little bit so it would be easier to do the procedure to remove the polyp.

Hadley has seen a specialist again and it appears that the polyp has grown since the CT image was done. Her breathing is getting more difficult for her, she mostly breathes with her mouth open, and she can’t shake the URI which is likely due to the polyp. Surgery has been scheduled for Monday, February 26. Without the surgery, her chances of survival are not good. At only five months old, Hadley deserves a chance to live a full life.

The surgery is a bit complicated. The surgeon will go in through the inside of the roof of her mouth. Hadley will be hospitalized for two to three days after the surgery so she can be monitored. Since there will be stitches in the roof of her mouth, she will need a temporary feeding tube.

Most of us take breathing for granted – it is something a healthy body does automatically, without thought. Please keep Hadley in your thoughts and prayers for a successful surgery so she too can breathe without effort.

We are hoping you will consider donating to help us with the cost of the surgery. The low end estimate we received is $3,548.67 and the high end $4,379.41.

No donation is too small!
Donations are tax deductible.

Thank you.

https://www.gofundme.com/help-hadley-breathe

Click here to support Sage the Cat Needs Surge…

Click here to support Sage the Cat Needs Surgery:

caitlin-n7:

nerdlings-nirvana:

I would usually never ask anyone for anything like this, but my sister loves this sweet baby, and I cannot stand to watch him put down for something so treatable. My sister and I found Sage and his brother Liam as kittens with their mother living behind a water heater in an old apartment complex, and even though he is only a year old he has recently run into some serious medical problems. My little sister loves this cat, calls him her little nugget, and he is the most sweet and loving cat you could ask for. He has feline bladder inflammation syndrome (cystitis) caused by an endocrine and neurological disorder, and since this is a chronic issue the bladder drain we had done will only last so long. He will have to have his urinal opening permanently widened by surgery. Unfortunately that is around $3,000 and he only has several weeks before his bladder fills up again completely, and we simply do not have that sort of money lying around, we already took out a line of credit for the maximum we were approved, only $2,000 which we have already spent keeping his bladder empty up until this point. Please, if you have any spare change every little bit counts, we just really want to keep this little baby alive. He isn’t even a year old. If we do not reach our goal all money will go towards a  procedure to let him pass peacefully. Even reblogs help, Thank you all.

@mostlycatsmostly