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Winnie & Ryan

It’s hard enough to lose a parent at the age of 16 let alone facing the prospect of losing the same parents’ lovely cat less than two weeks later. Well, young Ryan was looking at this prospect with the family cat ‘Winnie’ needing urgent dental work to keep her from potentially passing too.
Ryan living with his pensioner mum knew the cost for the dental surgery would exceed the strict budget they have to live on. Coming across Pet Medical Crisis Ryan acted beyond his young years and reached out for our help. We gave it to him gladly.

Ryan and his mum got ‘Winnie’ the cat to Gippsland Veterinary Hospital where they looked after her brilliantly. ‘Winnie’ is now happily back at home and Ryan knows his dads’ last wishes were honoured by taking care to make sure his little cat has been looked after. A nice thing to be part of at Pet Medical Crisis 

Winnie is a real tonic for her boy Ryan.
So pleased to have them reunited in health.

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