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PAVE for Asphalt
$5 raised
1% of $500 goal
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Ended May 11, 2015
Asphalt is a tiny kitten who was found in the road and thought to be dead. She's been recovering well, but has a broken pelvis and needs surgery.

Please Aid Veterinary Expenses for Asphalt

Hi, my name is Asphalt! I’m a fluffy, black, 1.8-pound girl kitten who needs your help. I was dropped off at a vet clinic by a woman who found me in the road. She thought I was dead. I was in pretty bad shape when I showed up, and didn’t have an owner to claim me. So, one of the receptionists decided to take me in as a foster and pay for treatment to save my life. I’m one tough kitten, and have been bouncing back – taking my meds, chowing down on delicious recovery food, and going potty in the litterbox like a big, healthy kitty! But my pelvis is broken.

Even though my loud purr may make you think otherwise, I’m in  a lot of pain and can’t walk. My pelvis is going to require surgery to repair. The doctor who initially saw me recommends a femoral head ostectomy. This surgery would allow me to keep my leg, but it is not a procedure they normally provide at the clinic where my foster mommy works. It may require a specialist. Depending on how much money we raise and how much the surgery costs (so far, we’ve heard estimates between $500-$1,500), we may need to amputate instead. Either way, I need surgery my foster mommy can’t afford by herself.

This is why we’re reaching out to you! Any contribution would help immensely. Despite everything that has happened to me, I am still a super sweet kitten, and love everyone I meet. I’m grateful for the second chance I’ve received, and need your help to make the most of it. Please donate to help my foster mommy pay for the surgery I need!

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