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    Weʼve raised £250 to Pay the charity back for vet fees and support for Mirac the miracle cat

    Brittany, France
    Funded on Friday, 28th December 2018

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    Mirac the Miracle Cat

    A good friend of mine found a badly injured cat at the side of the road. It's leg was damaged so severely it had to be amputated. An animal charity have paid for the vets fees but we want to raise the money to pay the charity back.

    The cat has been named Mirac (short for Miracle). According to the vets report Mirac was caught in a trap which are actually legal! He's managed to escape the trap at the cost of a severed leg. An X-ray was taken and it's also been discovered that there are at least 14 gun shot pellets embedded in the skin. Although these will only be removed if they are causing a problem Mirac has certainly been through the wars.

    I know there are many charities asking for donations at this time of the year, so I ask you to simply donate just a little if you can to help towards the cost of the vet fees that the Charity so kindly paid. They were there at a time of need and have been a great help taking away some of the stress involved with finding an injured animal.

    For any of my friends that normally send us a christmas card I would ask that this year you make a small donation instead.

    Updates will be posted and hopefully further photos of the recovery stages and the much improved life that Mirac so deserves.

    Thank you so much.

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    • John Preston6 months ago
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      6 months ago
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    • John Preston6 months ago
      John Preston

      John Preston

      6 months ago

      Thank you to everyone that has donated so far. We are well on the way to raising the £250.00 I have been told that the initial vets bill will be less than £250 (not much less mind you). But there will be further visits required and further medication. So even if the total amount exceeds the initial vets bill the extra will still be needed by the charity who helped out. All funds raised will go straight to the charity "Les Puces" who's details can be supplied upon request. Once again thank you to everyone.

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    19

    • Santa Clause

      Santa Clause

      Dec 5, 2018

      Ho Ho Ho

      £12.00

    • Jane Milgate

      Jane Milgate

      Dec 4, 2018

      I Always donate to a good cause. Well done . Jane

      £10.00

    • Tracy somers

      Tracy somers

      Dec 4, 2018

      Poor but lucky cat to be loved so much from now on ❤️

      £10.00

    • Linda Lowndes

      Linda Lowndes

      Dec 3, 2018

      Thank you to everyone for helping Mirac.

      £20.00

    • Hazel

      Hazel

      Dec 3, 2018

      With love xx

      £5.00

    • Anne Main

      Anne Main

      Dec 3, 2018

      Hi John. Lucky cat! Well done to everyone who has helped him

      £20.00

    • susan yates

      susan yates

      Dec 3, 2018

      Bless him, I hope he gets to enjoy his remaining 8 lives over a long period of time.

      £20.00

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