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  1. Hello, Ive never done this before but i found a kitten in my front yard. After getting her out of the junipers i noticed she has a possible ruptured eye. I have fostered alot of kittens and found amazing homes for them but i have never had to take in a kitten with a ruptured eye. Is there any organizations who will help pay for the costs of getting her eye removed. I have 2 cats and a dog who i have recently had to take to the vet for various reasons and i do not make much money at my job. I just cannot see this sweet little kitten hurt anymore. Please help with some advice.
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    From the album Our Pets At The Shelter

    This is Nuksue he is a pocket beagle. He came to us at our homesteaders event almost a month ago now. He is full grown and its sad but he gets picked on a lot. He loves people and other animals. He just likes to lay around, but he needs to be fixed as well.