Franklin had a urinary blockage cause by several bladder stones. Immediate surgery was required
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About the Campaign

After going away to college, Grace needed a companion

After her and her boyfriend agreed on getting a new cat, Grace found Franklin on Craigslist. Franklin has been the best cat. Grace says he’s a lover of humans and her family dogs.

Franklin was potty trained to go in the real toilet. Recently, Grace noticed Franklin was going pee in the cat box. Grace took him to the vet and he was put on antibiotics and anti-inflammation, the vet didn’t think it was serious because he was perky.

Then the next morning he was hiding in the closet and in terrible pain. He had to go back to vet immediately.

The vet said the most common procedure was to keep him 2-3 days on a catheter. This was suggested to cost $3,000. Franklin has never had a medical issues. So after an hour of being at the vets office, Grace was called and told the blockage was so bad with stones all in his bladder, he had to have them removed. The emergency vet that Franklin was at would cost $7,000. Grace moved to a lower cost vet that would do the surgery for less.

Franklin moves to another vet

Once Franklin moved to another location, Franklin was rushed into surgery, his bladder had so many stones and there was a stone stuck in his urethra. Since the surgery was so intensive, the vet decided to keep him longer at the vet.

Franklin’s family is asking for help. Grace’s boyfriend lost his job due to COVID and Grace is the only one working at the moment. Grace took out a credit for the surgery but needs help raising funds for the surgery.

Franklin is recovering and back home.

Grace said” we couldn’t let such a beautiful soul go without giving him a chance.

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Free Animal Doctor raises money for sick and injured animals. FAD only raises the amount of money needed stated from the vet. FAD pays all animal veterinary bills directly. All donations are tax deductible. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions: 626-325-6296


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One comment

  • Melissa Taylor

    Take care sweet kitty.

    May 2, 2020 at 1:13 pm Reply