About the Campaign
Traveling the streets…
Elizabeth rescued him from living on the streets to living in the comfort of the her home. She took him in over seven years ago. One of Elizabeth’s first memories of Junior was him eating everything anything he could find. He was eating paper, Q-tips and anything else. Of course, he had been living on the streets so he didn’t know better. Elizabeth did rush him to the vet one night shortly after having him. She was afraid Junior had eaten something he shouldn’t have. After spending $600 the vet told Elizabeth that Junior had gas bubbles. GAS BUBBLES!!
It has been seven years and Junior is still having gas episodes. He will have hour long episodes of being uncomfortable, he will pace the room, get up, lay down and even sigh. If the gas comes at night Junior or Elizabeth can’t sleep. Junior has seen many doctors, tried multiple medicines and even changed his diet. Over the last few months Junior’s episodes are becoming more frequent. The vet wants to x-ray Juniors abdominal area to see if he can see anything in the gastrointestinal tract. Junior does have an abscessed tooth that needs to be removed as well. The doctor doesn’t believe the tooth isn’t part of the gas because this gas problem has been going on for years.
Elizabeth is a teacher and over the summer she doesn’t get paid for the summer months and doesn’t qualify for unemployment since her job will resume in fall. Her last check was June 10th and will not get paid again until school is back in session.
Elizabeth has put into some work
She has started a campaign with Waggle. She has raised $200 so far. The total bill for his surgery $1200 but Free Animal Doctor will help raise the remaining balance of $1,000.
Click the blue link for the vet estimate: 10263-1-Junior Logan(1)
Free Animal Doctor is a nonprofit that pays 100% of the money raised directly to Juniors vet bill. All donations are tax deductible.