Pets In Need

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Bree, the miracle stray kitten, now faces major eyelid surgery. We have two weeks to raise $2,200. Every dollar helps!


Active Date
Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Success Story
Cat or Dog


Bree was one of the last cases our beloved founder took before she passed away. Back in 2017, Bree was an abandoned kitten with two broken legs, suffering in a shelter. With your help, Bree was rescued and given the surgery she needed. She’s lived a happy life for the past 2.5 years, but now she faces a serious problem with her eyes. 

Bree’s new owner took on her care after you made her surgery possible and had kept her healthy and happy. Now she asks for help to afford a $2,200 to treat lateral canthus eyelid agenesis causing entropion with distichia. Basically, she needs double eyelid surgery to ease pain, irritation, and potential infections. Receiving the surgery is important to her quality of life. After all the suffering she has already endured in her short life, we cant see letting her be in pain a moment longer. 

Right now is a very difficult time for donations. Everyone is coping with the Covid-19 pandemic and we’ve had to be very cautious about what new cases we can afford to take. Because of this, and the fact that Bree’s condition is not immediately life-threatening, we are putting Bree’s case out to you to make the decision. If we can raise $2,200 in two weeks, we will fund this surgery entirely.* Please help us collect every possible donation to make this happen for Bree.  

Please donate today. Every dollar helps. 

*If we cannot raise enough, we will offer to partially cover the procedure, and if the procedure is not preformed for whatever reason, the finds will move back to our general fund for the next cat in need.


Bree's 5 day check-up
June 16, 2020 12:00 AM

Bree is doing great and looking healthy! 

Bree Received Surgery
June 12, 2020 12:00 AM

Thank you for going on this journey with us! After loving and generous donors like you came through in a big way for Bree, the cat. She had her surgery and is home recovering with her mom. She doesn't like her cone and is a little dizzy from the anesthesia, but everything looks good! Thank you.

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