The Rabbit Advocates have many rabbits in their care that have medical issues requiring ongoing vet care or major surgeries and medications. All of our rabbits are in individual foster homes and all expenses, including medical, are paid by the foster person. In some cases this means taking care of many healthy rabbits in addition to some requiring daily medical care. Many of these special needs rabbits are not adoptable because of their medical problems and will remain in foster care for their lifetimes.
Please take a moment to read about our rabbits in need of medical assistance sponsorship. If you would like to help your contribution will directly aid our mission to improve the quality of life for these special care rabbits.
* Romeo still needs your help as his treatment is still incurring expenses.. Donations are still being accepted to help offset costs of surgery and for follow up care while Romeo is recovering.
Update on Romeo 2/28
Romeo came through with flying colors yesterday. He had abscess’s on both cheeks but the right side was quite large. They got cleaned out and he had four upper back teeth pulled. His family has their work cut out for them with 7 or 8 different meds to squirt, flush, pack and poke.
2/16/2013 Romeo is a beloved family pet who encountered a sudden medical problem and his family is struggling to meet the bill. He needs surgery for an abscess and tooth removal. They offered to pay back the Medical Fund monthly. 10 year old Hayley set up a donation jar for him with a picture of Romeo to raise funds. Please help Romeo have his surgery as soon as possible. When you donate, please drop a line to us at email@example.com so we are sure to allocate the funds for Romeo. Thanks!
Formerly sponsored rabbits:
Abby was a beautiful black and white lop who came to us with severe paresis and other afflictions. She required surgery and medications. Abby was still a happy and enthusiastic rabbit. She loved to eat and enjoyed the company of other special needs rabbits. Rabbit Advocates thanks the following people for their generous donations: Anonymous Donors, Tana Sprague, Bronwyn Thompson, Monte Wagner, Cheryl Ann, Contessa Bonner, Ann Pino, Abbi Kern, Nicole Dobrin, Susan Easler
Klickitat finally found a home after 3 years. Once there he became ill and it was soon discovered that he needed expensive surgery to remove a bladder stone the size of a quarter! Post surgery, Klickitat has a great prognosis with continued good care. Rabbit Advocates thanks the following people for their generous donations for Klickitat: Anonymous Donors
Roscoe is a big beautiful boy who needed surgery for a larges abscess. Thanks to his sponsors, he has had surgery, recovered, and has been adopted!Rabbit Advocates thanks the following people for their generous donations for Roscoe: Anonymous Donors; Carl Dean; Lorraine Gilbert
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