Injured Babies Emergency Fund
Mittens, Toffee and Misty desperately need your help. All three animals are still babies – yet in their early months of life, they've already had to endure so much pain.
Mittens was attacked by a dog in her own backyard.
Baby Toffee is completely blind from a severe case of untreated cat flu.
The teeny 11-week-old kitten came into our care with her litter last month, with severe discharge in both eyes, likely caused by cat flu.
For now, this sweet girl is under the watchful eye of our experienced foster carers, where she’s being given medicated eye drops and antibiotics daily. But it’s likely that, once she grows stronger, she’ll need both eyes removed.
Despite being unable to see, we’re told that Toffee takes it in her stride – and is still super playful and affectionate.
Misty's hip was so badly dislocated that she couldn’t bear weight on her right hind leg.
Unfortunately, a week had been left to pass before the 5-month-old pup was surrendered to one of our inspectors to receive much-needed treatment.
With daily treatment, Mittens, Toffee and Misty are all on the road to recovery – but they really need your help to grow strong and healthy.
We’re doing everything we can
to give these beautiful babies the life they deserve. But as a charity 91%
funded by community donations, we simply don’t have the funds to do this on our
own – especially in such an uncertain economic climate.
could you donate just $5 to help them? It’s the cost of one coffee – but will
do a world of difference to animals in need.
To fund the treatment and
rehabilitation of all three animals, we need to raise $3,400 all up. Our vets
estimate the cost of treatment for Mittens and Toffee will be $1,200
respectively, while the cost to help Misty is $1,000.
We’re hoping you can help get
* The goal for this
fundraiser includes surgery for each animal, as well as the ongoing costs of
antibiotics, pain relief, rehabilitation, desexing, vaccinations and
microchipping. If Mittens’, Toffee’s and Misty's medical costs are less than is
raised in their name, additional funds will provide care for other animals in