‘Hannah’ is a big girl who is very shy and often seems cranky with strangers because of this. Her mum Shayne is currently waiting for a bilateral lung transplant and has spent most of her pension on keeping herself well enough as she patiently waits for the surgery.
‘Hannah’ has had a bad eye infection before and the medicine is costly, but due to her nervous reactions to the vets in Moe, they need to put her to sleep to administer the cream for her eye which makes the procedure far more expensive and out of Shayne’s financial grasp.
PMC has paid for the treatment for the very uncomfortable, “Dry eye” which has allowed her to return to the side of her Mum while she has the dreadful wait for the life-changing operation. Thank you to Moe vets for helping us manage this case and wish Shayne and ‘Hannah’ all the best for the upcoming surgery. This case clearly illustrates the value of the human-animal bond, and how necessary it is for people in physical or mental hardships.
Pet Medical Crisis relies on public donations to assist pensioners and disadvantaged owners who cannot afford life-saving veterinary care.