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May 30th, 2019 8:00am

When aged pensioner Brian from Mornington Peninsula lost his wife recently, her best friend ‘Ra’ became even more important to the family.  Brian and his son David are recovering after recently losing their wife and Mum.  Her solace and No. 1 companion was a bundle of fluff and love – Ra.

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May 27th, 2019 8:00am

Single Mum Cheree contacted PMC via our new application form at www.petmedicalcrisis.com.au.  She explained that she is a carer for her 6yr old daughter Indi who has autism.  Indi has had some bad experiences outside her home and is too afraid to leave the house, let alone go to school and therefore, Cheree cannot work.  Their 2yo cat Mudd and Arya are their assistance pets – keeping this little family connected and calm through their love.

Cheree explained that Mudd had injured his tail and then “my daughter tried to fix it more and in the process she has broken his tail and put Mudd into horrendous pain”.  He needed urgent surgery to amputate his tail but on a single parent / carer pension Cheree was simply unable to afford the cost.

“The situation is dire. I need to get Mudd’s tail amputated.  I am heart broken over this whole ordeal. I hope & pray that someone is able to help.” Said Cheree.

Prahran Vet Clinic to the rescue.  After discounting and capping their fees to $550 Pet Medical Crisis assistance enabled Mudd to go to surgery – leaving Mum Cheree debt free and very relieved.  

“Your help is insurmountable.    Omg thank you so much!!!  Your kindness and great work is so appreciated and I will forever be in debt to your amazing charity.  No words can express how thankful I am for your tenacity – you have been instrumental in the healing process for our family; we are forever grateful.”

Prahran vet then went over and above and are boarding Mudd free of charge for 7 days so that he can heal without the curiosity of Indi, or his feline lover Arya.

Rest and heal sweetheart… Love from all your friends at PMC xxxxooooxxxx

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May 23rd, 2019 8:00am

Pensioner Debbie B contacted PMC through our website’s Need Help application form: 

“I am on a pension and have already paid around $4,000 in vet fees to care for my cats. Stains the one I need help with has dental problems and been taken to emergency 3 times at Lort Smith Animal Hospital. They have told me I am looking at $1100 to do a full dental extraction.  My cat is my lifeline I love him so much and can’t bear to see him sick. Can you please help me as I am so distressed at the thought of him being in pain and not being able to help him. Please help”

Pet Medical Crisis were pleased to liaise with Southern Animal Health’s Dr Marcus Hayes who discounted Stains surgery by 50%.  With Debbie paying for diagnostics PMC were able to donate $550 to see this sweetheart well again and home to support his Mum as her life-line.

Rest and heal sweetheart… Love from all your friends at PMC xxxxooooxxxx

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May 6th, 2019 10:00am

Saorise has survived domestic violence and lives with the scars of PTSD every day.  Her carers provide day-to-day support but it’s her pets that make life worth living.

Without her pets she says life would just be too cruel. They bring her solace, peace and lots of laughter.

We first met Arnie in January when he was bitten by a snake and urgently needed antivenin to survive. Working with Dr Ben Porter from Peninsula Vetcare, Pet Medical Crisis arranges for Arnie to be taken straight to hospital where he was treated and hospitalised over night.  

He took a while to get back on his feet and be 100% again and now he has…. until last week when he took a tumble off a pile of boxes and injured his front left foot.

Now needing a trip to Cowes Veterinary Surgery Mr Arnie is talking non-stop about his 9 lives to anyone who’ll listen. Mum Saorise says “It never ever ever stops!!!  

Even on walks he is narrating the whole event. lol.

Stay well young Arnie. Your lives are precious. So pleased we could help. Love from all your friends at Pet Medical Crisis

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