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This fundraiser was made to help pay off Robin's MRI & vetting bills, her MRI alone was $2,500!
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Robin made her way from Minneapolis to Atlanta thanks to 5 amazing women, & this community, & Robin’s former foster’s determination to seek help. We have VERY little information on whether or not she was injured, or if she developed some kind of neurological trauma, or viral infection that led to her lameness (inability to use her hind legs). Interestingly enough, she can pee & poop on her own, as well as when she is stimulated (like how a mama cat will potty her babies). I have seen a few twitches, & even felt her rabies shot (according to the vet we saw on NYE). Robin saw 2 vets prior to coming down to Atlanta - I was only able to get some medical records: she was started on antibiotics for a UTI & given steroids to see if it would help with her condition, no change was noted. We have a neurologist appointment on 1/8 at 9a with the neurologist who saw Raven! I trust him. We will discuss options based on his exam & assessment. The MRI at his office is $2500, so we will (of course) explore other possibilities for the MRI (such as UGA) to ensure we are able to get it done at the most reasonable price... please know, we will make sure she gets whatever she needs to give her the best chance to thrive! We will be holding a raffle for donated prizes (details coming soon) & I am designing a shirt for a Robin T-shirt fundraiser! If you have any other fundraising ideas please let me know! Thank you to everyone who has sent kind words, good vibes, supplies, & $ donations to help us provide the best for her! She’s a special little bit and I’m thrilled to have her here. She will be available for adoption once we determine what her best life looks like (paralyzed, surgery, etc.), & do what’s necessary to get her there! 🙂