1/26 – URGENT DONATIONS are STILL NEEDED for PARALYZED DOG Miss Mercy. Miss Mercy is currently being hospitalized to treat what appears so far to be an exceedingly severe bladder and kidney infection along with hemolytic anemia. She also has a blood clot. Her veterinarian has her on fluids with a catheter, lots of medication, and will monitor her over the next 24 hours to see if surgery is needed.

So far, the veterinary care will cost a little under $1000. If she needs surgery, I will post an updated needed amount. About $310 has been donated so far. Thank you and God bless you!!!

Please click on the DONATE button to make a donation.

1/25 – Paralyzed dog Miss Mercy spent the afternoon at the emergency vet clinic where they were unable to diagnose her due to the nature and seeming severity of her symptoms. She has had a very sudden onset of symptoms that led the doctor to believe she could have anything from cancer to a paralysis related issue. I do not want to go into details here to avoid upsetting anyone with the specific symptoms. However, suffice it to say I am deeply concerned about her, and prayers and donations would be exceedingly appreciated. I will keep everyone posted, thank you very much!!! I am exhausted due to what’s going on and am not at this time setting up a special donation button for her. Please simply contact me click on the DONATE button or contact me at 843-338-2219 to make an over-the-phone donation if you prefer to donate directly to the vet. Thank you & God bless you!!!

photo courtesy of Whitney Boring

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