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Help Frankie Pee

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This fundraiser ended on 02/15/12

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Help Frankie Pee! It might sound funny, but it is not a joke. Every cent donated will go towards an emergency surgery required to save him.

If you have ever had a pet that became your best friend, a furry little creature that seemed to fall into your life at exactly the moment you didn't even know you'd need him so much, then you can probably understand my bond with Frankie.

Frankie is a Domestic Short Hair/ Egyptian Mau mix. When he was 5 weeks old, my boyfriend found him in a bush, so we've always called him our Wild Bush Cat. He's cool. He's a jerk sometimes. He's affectionate and warm, and a very neat animal my whole family loves entirely too much. He is almost 4 years old now, and I often have said if anything happens to Frankie, I don't know what I'd do.

Well, a few nights ago, I rushed Frankie to the Emergency Veterinary Hospital because something was suddenly wrong with him. As it turns out, Frankie has a condition which has resulted in a emergency Feline Urethral Obstruction, and his case has not been going so well.

He is currently in his fourth set of good hands at a Critical Care Veterinary Clinic in southwest Las Vegas, and I am doing everything I can to raise enough money so he can have his surgery. You can read more on it below, but, essentially, without this procedure, he wont be able to release urine and will die within 2 days time.

http://www.acvs.org/AnimalOwners/HealthConditions/SmallAnimalTopics/UrethralObstructionCats/

Please help. I'm not ready to lose Frankie, and he's not ready to go. I have spent every penny I have in order to help him this far, and I need your kind donations to get him the rest of the way. Every dollar will be used towards this emergency surgery. Please, please, help my Frankie Pee.

** UPDATE ** Frankie has made it through the worst surgery and seems to be doing well, considering! He is not in the clear yet, as there have been some complications, so keep your good thoughts coming. Hopefully, with everones continued help I might be able to have him home Tuesday. Thank you so much everyone!

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