Please meet Jeff.
Jeff is just a baby who found himself in rescue through no fault of his own, He came on foster to me until his forever home could be found. Jeff was lucky enough to find a really loving family who adore him.
3 months ago Jeff became really ill. Lethargic, sickness, blood in his urine and stools - Jeff came close to death but thanks to the brilliant work of his new family's vets, who kept him in for days on a drip etc, he managed to pull through.
Jeff is far from well and still has the above problems! The vets are working really hard to help Jeff but due to the crazy amount of tests having to be done and the pills he is on to keep him stable the family is very low on funds! They have already spent so much money to get Jeff better and i want to try and raise some money to be able to pay for the tests that Jeff needs to find the cause of his illness!
I have attached a picture of the email i received from the vets with an estimate of the costs of the tests that need to be completed... the estimate is £390 - This is just for the tests to be carried out. I have asked for £600 so if no results come from these tests, then the family have a bit of money to put towards more testing, or if the cause is found, it can go towards treatment!
Please please donate what you can, every little bit of money makes a huge difference. Jeff is only a baby and he deserves to live his life until he is old, i love this dog to pieces and any help on raising money for him will be massively appreciated by me and Jeff's new family.
Thank you for reading.
Samii Puleston - Fearnley
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Nov 24, 2016
Get well soon Jeff. Sending lots of love and prayers . Xxxxxx
Nov 24, 2016
Donation from Susan Terrell x
Nov 23, 2016
Sorry it's not a lot <3 Miss you Jeff, be strong big boy xxx
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