An owner’s inability to afford urgent veterinary care creates a huge strain on owners, family and vets.
One family from Mildura were adopted by their friend’s Neopolitan Mastiff “Kitty” 4 years ago – she chose them and there was nothing else to discuss.
Single Mum Bianca and her 2 children Zane and Shakira valued her protection and all those layers of love and sharing that came with her.
Sadly Kitty responded to an intruder and attempted to jump the fence. She was admitted to the wonderful Benetook Vet Mildura but she was unable to afford the cost of urgently needed care.
Pet Medical Crisis were able to donate $450 for hospitalisation, intravenous medication and care. Sadly nothing could be done and Kitty passed away.
Our deepest sympathy to Bianca, Zane and Shakira.
Pet Medical Crisis relies on public donations to assist pensioners and disadvantaged owners who cannot afford life-saving veterinary care.