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Everything posted by Dawn IMOM

  1. Rest In Peace sweet Justice. You are cherished.
  2. Cindy - We are here for you. Sending you and Justice hugs and love. Thank you for being such a great mom to your boy.
  3. Cindy - you and Justice are in my thoughts and prayers. Justice is a very lucky boy to have a mom who loves him with all her heart and soul. Thank you for sharing your loving relationship with this sweet pup with all of us.
  4. Mister Hinovic - Cat with Diabetes

    Rest in peace, dear Mister.
  5. Swirlie And Max Ortiz - Special Needs Cats -

    I'm so sorry for your loss. I know Max was so loved. Rest in Peace sweet one.
  6. Reece Teague, diabetic Yorkie - fully sponsored!

    I am so very sorry for your loss. Rest in Peace little Reece - you are so loved.
  7. Reece Teague, diabetic Yorkie - fully sponsored!

    Thinking of little Reecey. I hope he will be feeling better soon.
  8. Hang in there, Cindy. They would not have sent Justice home unless they thought it was what was best for him. My little girl Sami had neurosurgery last November that did not go so well. She had a bleed in her brain stem and had to spend a bit of time in ICU. But, she did pull through and I remember how difficult it was when she first came home. I was so glad she was home, but so worried because she had such a hard time with everything. Looking back on it now, I know that being home helped her heal and get better faster. So, Sami sends healing love to Justice and lots of puppy kisses to you.
  9. What wonderful news. I bet you feel so happy to have him home with you. Good job Justice - you've made great progress!
  10. Way to go, Justice! Keep up the healing!
  11. Good boy Justice. Now you and your mom need to get some rest so recovery can begin. HUGS!
  12. Thanks for the update. Now time for Justice to get all fixed up and start healing and feeling better.
  13. Sending you and Tucker positive thoughts and some extra hugs today.
  14. Poor sweet Justice. I know Wednesday seems so far away - and at time too close. Hang in there and make sure to take care of yourself as well. All of us here are sending lots of love.
  15. Thinking of you and Justice today. Sending positive thoughts.
  16. I continue to be so amazed at this loving, caring community. Lots of little paws will be crossed here for Justice this coming week! We are all sending puppy kisses!!!
  17. Cindy - Holding you and Justice near my heart. What is needed for the surgery?
  18. Diagnosis: Intussusception Low end of estimate: $967 Owner’s Contribution: $100 Needed for low end of estimate: $867 5% IMOM operating expenses: $44 Fundraising goal: $911 Spayed: No – will be spayed when medically safe Caseworker: Dawn Ginger is at All Funds Raised - Donations No Longer Needed! Ginger is a 2 year old kitty with intussusception – the sliding/telescoping of the intestine within itself. This is an emergency. Ginger has been holding on for several days and is very ill. The vet is not open until Monday, so we hope to have the funds raised by first thing Monday morning and get her to surgery as soon as possible. Ginger is even a new mom and caring for her kittens through all of this. Here’s what Ginger’s mom has to say about her: “Ginger has a life threatening intussusception, which means her intestines have folded inside themselves, not allowing food to pass through so she is wasting away and getting sicker by the moment, in a lot of pain, but fighting for her life. Ginger initially stopped eating and drinking, a normal progression and what leads most people to seek vet care. I thought she would pass away several days ago, but miraculously, her motherly instincts kicked in and she is fighting to stay alive for her babies because she is now eating and drinking. The food is accumulating in a blocked area of her colon, causing her a lot of pain, but she presses on. She vomits most everything she consumes but she is making her best effort to hang on. I think she knows I'm trying to find help. She knows her babies need her and she knows her family needs her.” If you are able to help, please go to http://tinyurl.com/79og6jd to make a donation – note for Ginger Flynn. If you prefer, you may also make a direct donation via PayPal by specifying paypal@imom.org as the recipient. Don't forget to indicate Ginger’s name when making your donation. Thank you for the emergency support to save this kitties life.
  19. So happy there's been no vomiting. I have a few "special" clients who have a mom or dad that stay for grooming. In general, the pups behave much better without their mom/dad, but there are some who just need a little extra support from their person. I bet Justice looks great after his spa day.
  20. Don't worry, you can't get rid of me that easy. I just wanted to post in case the forum was going to close. Whenever I groom schnauzers I always think of Tucker and Justice. I have three coming next Sunday. A full schnauzy day. I would have loved to have seen Tuck with his tennis ball. HUGS back atcha.
  21. Both videos worked for me too. What a doll. I know your heart must continue to ache for Tucker - he was a very special boy. He had such a warm and thoughtful look in that picture.
  22. I'm sorry, but IMOM has closed permanently. If you are looking for financial aid go to: http://bestfriends.org/resources/financial-aid-pets
  23. Cindy - I don't post on your thread often, but please know that I read and care. You are such an inspiration as a wonderful pet parent. You should be proud. I hope your life continues to be filled with lots of fur love!
  24. Diagnosis: Mammary tumors Amount needed for surgery: $1583 Owner’s contribution: $583 Amount needed from IMOM: $1000 5% of $1000 for IMOM operating expenses: $50 Fundraising goal: $1050 Spayed: Yes Caseworker: Dawn Peanuts is at All Funds Raised - Donations No Longer Needed!! Peanuts is an 8 year old Staffordshire Terrier with mammary tumors. She needs to have surgery as soon as possible. Here is some of what her mom has to say about her; " We desperately need some assistance with her surgery. We rescued her 8 years ago when she was just 4 weeks old. Her mother died shortly after giving birth. She has been a blessing from day one. We love her like a child. About a year ago she suffered from a false pregnancy and her uterus got infected. She was on antibiotics for 60 days before they could do the surgery but the vet thinks that this started then. We have already exhausted our funds....we have already spent about 400$ on vet visits, medicine and x-rays. I have contacted several places to apply for help but all of them have told me they have no funds. Please help me save my sweet baby! Please any assistance would help. Thank you and God bless you" If you are able to help, please go to http://tinyurl.com/79og6jd to make a donation – note for Peanuts Leith. If you prefer, you may also make a direct donation via PayPal by specifying paypal@imom.org as the recipient. Don't forget to indicate Peanuts’ name when making your donation. Please, can you help us help Peanuts?
  25. Peanuts is looking down from above and smiling.