Thursday April 26, 2018

Willie Needs Your Help!


Emergency Care Fund Goal $1,000.00

Total Number of Gifts: 19
Total Value of Gifts: $1,585.00

Recent Donors

Anne Saint

Ms. Julia King

Ms. Nancy Epps

Ms. geraldine Barnard

Mr. Michael Vanelst

Ms. Ellen Cohen

Mr. Brent Vogan

Ms. Jennifer Austin

Mr. Paul O'Hallarn

Mrs. Jacqueline McEachern

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Blind and alone, Willie was found with a badly injured eye

Willie is an approximately two-year-old grey tabby who was found wandering in an Orillia neighbourhood, scared, alone and in pain. When the residents saw poor Willie struggling to make his way around, they knew they had to do something to help. When they got closer, they could see his eye was discoloured and protruding from his face.
We don’t know how his eye was injured or how this poor cat survived outside, barely able to see, but we know Willie deserves a second chance.

Willie was brought into the Ontario SPCA Orillia Animal Centre in late March. He was immediately rushed to a veterinarian to have his eye assessed. Sadly the eye couldn’t be saved. The veterinarian recommended surgery to remove the eye to give Willie a full and comfortable life.

With the surgery now behind him, Willie is now recovering and will spend some time with us getting much-needed love and care while he heals and adjusts to his loss of sight. It will be a long road to recovery before he’s ready to find a loving home to call his own, which is why we need your support to help recover the costs of his surgery and care.

Please make a special gift today to help Willie, and animals like him, get the life-saving care they require.

Recoveries like this would not be possible without the caring support from community members like you.

Thank you for helping us to continue the life-saving work we do each day.

*Note: any funds raised beyond our goal will help animals like Willie get the help they need.


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