Tita, a broken kitty for Halloween
Tonight is Halloween, the Night of the Horror Stories, trick or treating and skeleton costumes.
Tita laid there, on the examination table looking at her beloved owner when the man said the following words: “I’m sorry Tita…” and addressing himself to the vet asked him to put her to sleep as he did not intended to pay for her operation”. He paid a hundred bucks for the killing and he left.. It was too much for just a cat, plus they had another one. Tita’s brother, he said…
After saying this he jumped on his BMW and drove away, leaving Tita following him with her blue eyes through the clinic’s window and me with my clenched jaw and my frustration for what I had just witnessed.
Needless to say the killing did not take place. As we did with Pooh last month I told the vet not to even think about it, Let’s Adopt would take care of this baby.
A few days have passed, antibiotics have reduced infection and swelling, we must operate as soon as possible.
This is Tita, she’s an amazing cat that today sits with a broken leg waiting for her operation to happen.
Forget about the dammed witches and pumpkin burning heads and let’s do something today that celebrates LIFE not DEATH…
Please, if you can, help us save Tita today. Look at the fracture, we don’t have much time.. Please help us make this happen…
P.S. As usual, I will be providing updates on Tita’s condition, and of course, the moment she has recovered from her ordeal she will need a final home. Would you like to adopt Tita after her treatment is over please write to me on email@example.com
Update November 7
Tita’s operation has been a success!!!!
The implants have rebuild her leg and will help her regrow the bone correctly….
and just 24 hours after the operation here she is… chilling at home, annoyed about the collar but hey, who cares? it’s going to be just for a few days..
UPDATE March 22…
Tita, looking at me from her vantage position in the bathroom.
Tita has been adopted in Madrid, she’s just waiting to travel home…
Tita was treated and rehabilitated thanks to the amazing support of our incredible community to the Simba Fund. Please, should you wish to support our work so that we can continue saving animals like Tita, please contribute to our working Fund today…