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  1. Hello all. My 18-year-old daughter, Callie, is attending college to become a Veterinarian. Her father passed away in June, 2017 (after 20 years of marriage), at which time she began her animal rescue/rehome. We have consulted with legal avenues, to find we have to pay $1000 to file the paperwork to become a non-profit organization. Please help by donating what you can to the Go Fund Me (https://www.gofundme.com/CalliesCritters) for Callie's Critters. Visit and "LIKE" the page on facebook as well: http://www.facebook.com/calliescritters
  2. Hello, My name is Jeremy and I joined in hopes to finding help for my cat friend - McJewes. McJewes is my mom's three and a half year old cat that was rescued from the streets of Brooklyn, NY as a kitten. My mother adopted him and brought him to her home in Melbourne, Florida. McJewes had been doing great until recently when returning from shopping for food he was laying on the ground in pain. They rushed the little guy to the vetenarian who first diagnosed the cat with a Protozoa infection. They gave him a strong anti-biotic and gave my mom a seringue for food replacement. It's been three days now and my mother has been giving the cat hourly water injections and food replacement as directed. They brought him back to the vet and were told that the original diagnosis had to be wrong and that they weren't sure what was happening but that without my mother's attentive care, he would no longer be with us. The vet recommended a special high resolution sonogram be done to find out what the problem is and then probably surgery as they now suspect a blockage in the intestins. Xrays show possible internal leaking of the intestine or an infection. The problem is my parents have suffered the brunt of the recent economic collapse, having lost their jobs, their home, and basically having to life over in their mid 50s. The cost of the sonogram is $400 and the subsequent operation is too much for my family to bear financially. McJewes is the small light of my mother's life and it would be tragic to have her lose it. This is why I am here. In hopes to get help for McJewes and to help my mother. I'm afraid that if we don't get it soon, it will be too late. I've posted pictures of McJewes in his better days. The last picture is his current state. Thanks for reading. Best, - Jeremy