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March 01, 2016

29 Feb 2016: I was recently approved for food stamps, which won't go into effect for a few more weeks, unfortunately. Also,  Workers' Comp. See More

THE STORY:

Brendan is the long-haired orange-and-white.  Isn't he beautiful?  I've been doing cat and dog rescue for many years and have been successful in either re-homing most of them or in giving them a safe, healthy, and happy environment in which to spend their final days. A few years ago I became a foster parent with a local Animal Welfare League. After about 2 years they had a change in their Board members and they decided to drop the program I and many other foster parents were a part of--thereby sticking all of us with both astronomical vet bills and the foster animals themselves. I badly need help with these vet bills, please.  I'm permanently disabled from a work accident (multiple injuries to multiple body parts), can no longer work,  and up until early February 2016 was able to pay about $600/month out of my monthly disability check ($500 to my credit card and $100 to the vet where there's still $1875 owing as I'd maxed-out my credit card) towards these bills. But now Workers' Comp has unilaterally and *very* unexpectedly decided to terminate my benefits, which means no more monthly check (yes, I'm appealing but don't have money for a lawyer--that's another Crowdwise page I've set up, https://www.crowdrise.com/jslegalfees). So along with panic-ing about how to get food into the house for me and the remaining 5 cats (theirs runs about $30/month), how to pay for my meds. AND theirs (I have 2 hyperthyroid ones on daily methimazole and 1 of those (Brendan, pictured above) is also diabetic and on twice-daily insulin injections; costs for these meds. = 1 bottle of insulin for Brendan = $44.93 and will last roughly 2 months, enough insulin syringes for 2 months = roughly $35, and 2 months of methimazole for both cats = $93.75), and how to pay my mortgage (in order to keep a roof over all of our heads), I've got all these vet bills to pay, too. If you can help even a little with these vet bills, or perhaps with their food + meds., then thank you and God Bless You in advance!!! JC       PS: My 3rd page is for monthly expenses = https://www.crowdrise.com/jsemergencyexpenses.  Also, please share my Crowdwise pages with your Community. I don't own  a cell phone and don't do social media so would *really* appreciate it!  Thanks!!!

$115

 

0% Raised of $29,650 Goal

  • Kelly C. Kissane

    $15

  • Anonymous

    $100

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Anonymous

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DONATION: $100

2 years ago

Kelly C. Kissane

Kelly C. Kissane

DONATION: $15

I hope this little bit helps. I'm going through similar issues with my geriatric cat :( 2 years ago

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