Hello Everyone, for those of you who weren't aware, I am the owner of Colleen, the Dog of the Day from July 2nd, 2014. In the article I submitted, I mentioned that she was having some unusual liver values on her blood work. Well, she was tested again on Independence Day (July 4th) and the problem hasn't resolved itself, it actually appears to have gotten worse.
You are all lovers of dogs, cats, and likely a large variety of animals. I am certain that at some point in your lives, you've had a pet (or known someone who did) that needed some medical attention. Therefore you know that vet bills aren't cheap.
Trying to pay off my University Loans is difficult enough, add to that the money I owe my mother for other forms of education, I have enough financial trouble to worry about. Now, with Colleen's health getting worse, my mental health is in a terrible state. My financial state is even worse. Thus, I have started a donations page at www.helpmypuppy.myevent.com in order to try and raise awareness of my pup's condition and see if there are truly good people out there like my family has always said there are.
My baby means the world to me, to lose her would accelerate my mental problems to the point I may never be able to function again. So, I ask of you, and all those who love dogs... please donate to help me make my puppy healthy again and to keep her that way. Even if you don't have spare cash, which with the recessions all over the place is pretty common, you can help just as much by spreading the word of my predicament to anyone you meet, advertising on websites, posting notices, sharing on Social Media, and any other way you can think of.
I know that issues like this can sometimes generate enough attention to go viral, and it would make my day and boost my confidence in this world if this could do that. A lofty goal to be sure, but with all the animal lovers out there, even people like me sometimes have to believe in miracles.
Thank You for reading and may good fortune find you.
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