1/19 update: GOAL REACHED!
T-Bone’s first year of life has been a hard one. He was abandoned by his previous owner only to be found as a stray by San Diego Animal Control. T-Bone is suffering from many medical issues like heartworm, upper respiratory infection symptoms such as nose bleeds, coughing, sniffing, and occasional vomiting as well as dry skin with possible mange. These medical issues caused him to be brought to APA! to see our experts in the clinic.
After an abdominal exploration, a surgery to look at the organs and structures in his belly, our vets decided to perform a splenectomy on T-Bone. We’re hoping by removing the spleen, T-Bone will see improvement in his vomiting, lethargy, nasal discharge and poor appetite.
T-Bone has known nothing but pain and heartbreak his whole life. With your support, we can perform this splenectomy and give T-Bone a life he, and all pets, deserve. Can you help us help T-Bone?
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