Sarah adopted her three cats from the gutter when they were helpless kittens around 6 weeks old. Sarah loves the three of them dearly, but ‘Sasha’ has always had such a special place in her heart. Sarah has suffered from awful depression and anxiety for a long time and is currently on a pension, not working at the moment due to the COVID-19 crisis. Sarah adores her cats and would do anything possible to keep them safe and cared for especially her angle ‘Sasha’.
Sarah has gotten to the point she has questioned life, and the one thing that makes her want to be in this world is the love of her beautiful white girl ‘Sasha’. This cat’s love has been enough to save her life.
“I highly recommend anyone in serious need to contact Pet Medical Crisis. Thanks to PMC, my baby is better and there is no way that I could have afforded her bills. I thank them so much for helping me. My cats are my babies, they mean everything to me I would go without food and my medication just to buy food or pay for their veterinary bills.” Said Sarah.
Giving her cat a tickle on the chin Sarah noticed ‘Sasha’ was in pain and also had bright red gums. Needing help for ‘Sasha’ – Sarah took her to the local vet at the Niddrie Veterinary Clinic, where she was diagnosed with severe gingivitis and was in dire need to have several teeth removed. After working out the pretty kitty needed 5 teeth pulled Sarah knew there was no way she could afford the surgery that would change her cat’s life dramatically. Pet Medical Crisis was contacted to request our help. PMC looked at the details and realized we were able to help Sarah alleviate her girls out of pain.
Sarah now has all three of her cats at home as ‘Sasha’ recovers well.
Pet Medical Crisis relies on public donations to assist pensioners and disadvantaged owners who cannot afford life-saving veterinary care.