Daniel Cat

They said it was a hernia, but no… this sweet rescue kitty turns out to have a tumor, and it is a dangerous type.

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His little tumor ruptured,

and has to be cleaned twice a day.

Fortunately this little rescue kitty found himself a good family. Tisha’s sister found Daniel and rescued him, but now her child has a serious health issue with Leukemia and she has to travel a lot for treatments. That’s OK, Tisha took Daniel in!

Now at first he was diagnosed as probably having a hernia, but it looks like Daniel licked on it and it burst. This means it is a tumor. What kind? We don’t know yet. But Tisha took Daniel to a good doctor (who we know) and he wants to remove the tumor and then do a biopsy at that time.

Right now it is kind of bad, but Tisha is a diligent nurse, cleaning Daniel twice a day and making sure he cannot lick at it. But you know cats! They hate the cone, and Daniel hates that he cannot roam around as much as he used to.

Now this might be kind of complicated because it could be a nerve sheath tumor, and this should not be taken lightly as these types can result in pain, difficulty breathing, and paralysis. You can read more HERE. So Daniel needs surgery soon, and with their child’s Leukemia, you can imagine this family just does not have any money available. So that is where we all come in and get this sweet rescue kitty fixed up!

All donations are only for Daniel, and paid only to the vet when surgery is performed. You are donating right to Daniel’s little paw and pocket!

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3 comments

  • Barbara Magin

    All animals deserve medical care and I’m happy to help.

    January 3, 2024 at 12:41 pm Reply

  • Antoinettel Martinez

    Daniel Cat get well soon

    January 25, 2024 at 5:30 pm Reply

  • Antoinette Martinez

    Daniel Cat will be taken care of soon

    January 26, 2024 at 10:50 am Reply