Serbia: Little Švrća Is Just 2 Months Old; But Undergoing Veterinary Treatment For His Sickness.

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starving pup

Švrća was found on the streets in Serbia in a terrible state.

At only 2 months old he has not known what the comforts of a home and family are.

He has several spots with no hair compounded with wounds.

He was taken immediately to a vet for examination. Švrća has demodex, poor blood results and he has a temperature. Although it is not yet known what other infections he is fighting off, his treatment will last for at least 2 months.

As a result he will needs to stay in vet clinic during the therapy which makes it expensive.

Švrća needs help urgently.

To donate and help with his medical costs, please click on the following:

http://www.youcaring.com/pet-expenses/starving-puppy-svrca-with-demodex-urgent-need-help/303407#supporters

SAV Comment

The money required is not a great deal to help this little guy get better.

If everyone gave just a few Euros we would reach the target overnight.  

We have helped get the ball rolling – can you join us ?

Thank you  – SAV.

Serbia: 8/2/15 – News From Felix Shelter About Fiona – She Is Doing Just Fine !

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fiona post op

 

Above – Fiona now after the surgery

Below – immediately after her paw had to be amputated.

 

fiona paw amputated

Fiona’s doing great, even though she’s a tripod kitty now 🙂 Before it started snowing, she was cheerfully hopping through the yard, scratching cat posts and having fun as if nothing had changed, but now that everything’s white, cold and wet outside, she’s spending most of her time indoors.

A huge thank you to all of you who contributed towards the costs of her surgery and post operative care, thus enabling this beautiful girl to enjoy life again!

http://www.youcaring.com/pet-expenses/help-the-feline-residents-of-cat-shelter-felix/161828

winter has come 2015

Yet another snowstorm has hit us yesterday. It’s a heavy, wet snow that never stays around for a long time because it’s just not cold enough.

Although the actual outside temperature is around 0 degrees Celsius, the “feels like” temperature is much lower. The stinging wind that brought us the snow chills you right to the bone and most of the kitties are tucked up in their nicely heated rooms; the radiators have suddenly become everyone’s favorite snoozing spots.

However, some of them are sneezing and having eye discharge, it seems to happen every winter, so please, if you can, help us provide them with high quality food and vitamin supplements to make them stronger for what lies ahead.

This year’s cold season is evidently far from finished.

Thank you all in advance!

http://www.youcaring.com/pet-expenses/help-the-feline-residents-of-cat-shelter-felix/161828

Regards and thanks – Danica.

 

Website: http://catshelter-felix.com/
Blog: http://novisadcats.blogspot.com