Student, Nina Sandovall does not have significant financial resources. However, she did not hesitate to bring her cat Syre to the veterinary emergency room when she saw that he was suffering, reported Eagle Valley News.
The feline had jumped out of its bed and then started meowing in an unusual way. He could no longer lean on one of his clearly sore legs.
At the veterinary clinic Kelowna, in British Columbia (Canada), the x-ray cost the young woman 300 dollars. This was already a huge expense for her. He was told that Syre fractured his femur and needed surgery. The cost of the intervention reached 3000 dollars.
Otherwise, Nina Sandovall learned that evening that her cat had a genetic weakness making his femur vulnerable. ” I didn’t know when I saved him and his brother », says the student.
She was desperate. She wanted to save her cat at all costs, but she couldn’t afford such an expense. ” I didn’t know what to do, these cats are my whole world “, continues Nina Sandovall.
His story touched the Dr Ozveterinarian at the clinic Rose Valley. He offered to operate Syre at a reduced rate. At the same time, she received support from theOkanagan Humane Society. This animal protection association had set up a program for owners of pets in financial difficulty, contributing to their care for other needs.
“I really owe a lot to Dr Oz and the Humane Society”
The cat was able to be operated on. The operation went perfectly, and Syre is currently recovering. According to his owner, he is doing better and better.
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Nina Sandovall is extremely grateful to the veterinarian and the association. ” I really owe a lot to Dr Oz and the Humane Society, they both treated me with tremendous respectshe says. They wanted pictures and contacted me every day after the operation. They really cared and so I owe them everything “.