This is Corky, and older feline who loves his mommy. Corky had been acting a bit off, so his mom brought him to the vet to see what was going on with her beloved kitty.
Corky's mom has early onset dementia and is on a limited income. When multiple tests had to be done to find out what was wrong with poor Corky, hid mom knew that she couldn't afford the care that was necessary to get her kitty better. That’s when she applied to Fur Kids Foundation for help.
At the vet, after all of the tests had been done, they learned that Corky had an inflamed bladder. Thankfully, with a few small changes and some medication, he is on the mend.
According to Pet MD, symptoms associated with an inflamed bladder include:
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Created in November 2011, the Fur Kids Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides education and aid to promote the well-being of animals in Campbell County.
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