About the Campaign
This fierce looking cat was known as the neighborhood mascot. He was a street cat for over 10 years. Brady is a one woman rescue and was familiar with Bob. She noticed that Bob had a huge laceration on his head. This is when Brandy sprung into rescue mode and the day Bob became a house cat.
After the visit (to close the laceration) to the vet Brandy learned that Bob has cysts all in his ears. Brandy believes that the reason he cut his head was due to scratching. It seems that he always has had ear issues causing him itching, pain and almost complete deafness.
Every month Brandy has to flush Bob’s ears out. During a routine flush Brandy noticed that the ear canal was almost completely closed. Brandy then took Bob to the vet and the vet said it was necessary for a Total Ear Canal Ablation (TECA).
Due to Bob’s chronic ear cysts and the flush not working, Bob had to have his left ear canal removed. Bob has been recovering smoothly from his first surgery. Now it is time for the right ear canal to be ablation. Bob has been wearing the cone of shame and has been scratching at his right ear. This second surgery will cause Bob to be deaf but Brandy assumes that due to all the cysts he can’t hear now.
Brandy is a non-profit and raised $495 with Giving Grid. https://www.givinggrid.com/niqzdh/
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