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Old 01-16-2012, 07:03 PM
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I know I havent been on in a while but I wanted to let everyone know what was going on with Izzy ... her uterus is trying to prolapse and I and the local rescue are working to find out the costs of the surgery what exactly needs done as well as her chances of surviving it. However I lost my job and am struggling to find one ... If you can think of any fundraising things I can do please let me know. Also I posted a tank in the classifieds section please take a look. Thank you in advance for your help.
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Old 01-16-2012, 07:33 PM
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I know I havent been on in a while but I wanted to let everyone know what was going on with Izzy ... her uterus is trying to prolapse and I and the local rescue are working to find out the costs of the surgery what exactly needs done as well as her chances of surviving it. However I lost my job and am struggling to find one ... If you can think of any fundraising things I can do please let me know. Also I posted a tank in the classifieds section please take a look. Thank you in advance for your help.


i would get her to a vet to make sure she really is dealing with a prolapsed uterus, then decide where to go from there.
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Old 01-16-2012, 07:37 PM
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Its a prolapsed uterus I took her to the rescue to have her look at her since she has seen tons of things and she is sure its a prolapsed uterus and either way I cant even afford a check up I really need some way to raise money for her vet bills until I get another job.
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Its a prolapsed uterus I took her to the rescue to have her look at her since she has seen tons of things and she is sure its a prolapsed uterus and either way I cant even afford a check up I really need some way to raise money for her vet bills until I get another job.


A prolapsed uterus needs an emergency spay. If you cannot afford that, cannot afford any vet treatment, just have her humanely pts before infection becomes too much and makes her suffer.
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Old 01-17-2012, 01:22 PM
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Its trying to prolapse it hasn't come fully out I am looking for advice on fundraising as far as Izzy I know what needs to be done in every aspect if it comes out before I can get the money for surgery I will let her go but I have to at least try

So please If anyone has fundraising ideas let me know
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Its trying to prolapse it hasn't come fully out I am looking for advice on fundraising as far as Izzy I know what needs to be done in every aspect if it comes out before I can get the money for surgery I will let her go but I have to at least try

So please If anyone has fundraising ideas let me know


if the uterus is prolapsing, if something is coming out that shouldn't be, its already too late. You don't have the funds, you don't have the vet...what's to think about?
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I know you are working with the rescue, See if you can use their networking to get the word out to fundraise? Send them info on the tank/fish you are selling, etc.?
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