Laury from Kalorama was desperate to get her best friend the surgery she needed to get her free from pain.
“We did not expect to enter ageing as a poor person. Tilly is my angel who has helped me so much in overcoming PTSD. She reads my mind and doesn’t like separation… she likes to know what’s going on.
She is ageing but seems to have the endurance for a much longer life…. she is my very good friend. It is so sad for many aged pensioners in this day and age to not be able to afford to have a pet due to vet fees making it out of reach for lonely people to have a companion.
Thank you so much for your support… my hope in humanity has been renewed. It is truly lovely and humbling to meet with kind humans.”
So pleased all has gone well dear ladies. Lovely to see you both reunited in health.
Laury let us know too that “It is very sad there are many beautiful pets at Animal Aid hoping for adoption.” If you are looking for a wonderful companion please save a life here: https://animalaid.org.au/dog-adoptions/
Pet Medical Crisis relies on public donations to assist pensioners and disadvantaged owners who cannot afford life-saving veterinary care.