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*UPDATE - March 8th 2014
If you are familiar with my previous post about my dog’s current state, being unable to walk. He finally has his MRI and diagnosis in the past couple weeks.
I want to first thank everyone IMMENSELY for the the support, reblogging the first post and for those who donated. Thank you so much, it means the world to me and my dog <3
While it took an entire month to get Kloud his first appointment, then struggling with clearing up his pneumonia, and finally after saving enough to have the MRI done, we finally had answers about my dog’s spinal issues. Unfortunately, my mother and I feel that the vet gave up on my buddy too soon, leaving us with a diagnosis of Wobblers Syndrome and recommending that we go for “humane euthanasia” which, with his condition being otherwise healthy (minus being non-amblatory) just isn’t an option we could consider. But every vet has different methods and ways of diagnosing and treating certain cases, so we decided immediately that we wanted a re-evaluation from another vet.
Through an entire week of research, we finally found some hope. A vet several hours north of us who has an relatively new procedure with miraculous results in treating wobblers syndrome as well as other neurological and spinal related problems. We finally made the call Monday morning on March 17th and only an hour after leaving a voicemail, we received a call back from the vet, himself who does the operation. We immediately got right to it and he accepted and reviewed all of our imaging and diagnosis information about Kloud thus far. He said Kloud was not a candidate for the artificial disc surgery that helps correct the wobblers— but he did say that there was another surgery, in his words, that “he will walk again.”
Hope. Finally a possibility that my dog could walk again. But once again we are at a crossroads, and the quote for the surgery + three day overnight stay post-op, is going to run some $8,000. While that amount for a surgery is well out of reach, I still feel like we have the option to try— time permitting. Kloud has been in his current state for over two months now— longer than most are usually able. From what this doctor told us about his condition, we’re quickly reaching a point where damage and atrophy to Kloud’s spinal cord will be irreversible.
This is a dog I raised and bottle-fed from newborn to puppyhood. He’s been with me for almost 6 years and he could live several more if we can get him this surgery. Every day right now is a struggle to prevent him from aspirating and getting pneumonia again, and keeping him clean and comfortable, but its done out of the love I have for my beloved furry friend. He shifts around to the best of his abilities— has his good days and bad days. But he needs surgery asap. “He will walk again”— hearing those words made my heart fly.
So, we’re going to be realistic and keep to the original goal of $6,000 and raise the rest however possible.
We’ve spent well over $3,000 already out of our own pockets and money raised from selling items on ebay and receiving donations from friends and kind strangers. We have other animals with medical bills and as fate would have it, all of this falls on our shoulders at once. I love my dog and he is young and healthy and he has a chance to be able to walk again, but I can’t give him that chance without help. It would mean everything if you guys could share this post or visit the following links to see how you can help. To see my buddy walking again— I would be eternally grateful. Thank you for any and all support <3——————————————————-
**Donate through Paypal: 
You can send a small donation directly to paypal with this link or find the “donate" button on my tumblr page.
**Donate/Share through GoFundMe: 
You can donate through GoFundMe and share Kloud’s page on facebook and twitter to spread the word. You can also see how much we’ve raised so far.
**Commission me through: Tumblr / Deviantart
I want to thank you - If there’s anything I can do to give back to thank you for your support, I can do it through art. All the money I raise through commissions will be put aside for my dog to pay for his medical bills.
Zoom Info
kiori:

kiori:
*UPDATE - March 8th 2014
If you are familiar with my previous post about my dog’s current state, being unable to walk. He finally has his MRI and diagnosis in the past couple weeks.
I want to first thank everyone IMMENSELY for the the support, reblogging the first post and for those who donated. Thank you so much, it means the world to me and my dog <3
While it took an entire month to get Kloud his first appointment, then struggling with clearing up his pneumonia, and finally after saving enough to have the MRI done, we finally had answers about my dog’s spinal issues. Unfortunately, my mother and I feel that the vet gave up on my buddy too soon, leaving us with a diagnosis of Wobblers Syndrome and recommending that we go for “humane euthanasia” which, with his condition being otherwise healthy (minus being non-amblatory) just isn’t an option we could consider. But every vet has different methods and ways of diagnosing and treating certain cases, so we decided immediately that we wanted a re-evaluation from another vet.
Through an entire week of research, we finally found some hope. A vet several hours north of us who has an relatively new procedure with miraculous results in treating wobblers syndrome as well as other neurological and spinal related problems. We finally made the call Monday morning on March 17th and only an hour after leaving a voicemail, we received a call back from the vet, himself who does the operation. We immediately got right to it and he accepted and reviewed all of our imaging and diagnosis information about Kloud thus far. He said Kloud was not a candidate for the artificial disc surgery that helps correct the wobblers— but he did say that there was another surgery, in his words, that “he will walk again.”
Hope. Finally a possibility that my dog could walk again. But once again we are at a crossroads, and the quote for the surgery + three day overnight stay post-op, is going to run some $8,000. While that amount for a surgery is well out of reach, I still feel like we have the option to try— time permitting. Kloud has been in his current state for over two months now— longer than most are usually able. From what this doctor told us about his condition, we’re quickly reaching a point where damage and atrophy to Kloud’s spinal cord will be irreversible.
This is a dog I raised and bottle-fed from newborn to puppyhood. He’s been with me for almost 6 years and he could live several more if we can get him this surgery. Every day right now is a struggle to prevent him from aspirating and getting pneumonia again, and keeping him clean and comfortable, but its done out of the love I have for my beloved furry friend. He shifts around to the best of his abilities— has his good days and bad days. But he needs surgery asap. “He will walk again”— hearing those words made my heart fly.
So, we’re going to be realistic and keep to the original goal of $6,000 and raise the rest however possible.
We’ve spent well over $3,000 already out of our own pockets and money raised from selling items on ebay and receiving donations from friends and kind strangers. We have other animals with medical bills and as fate would have it, all of this falls on our shoulders at once. I love my dog and he is young and healthy and he has a chance to be able to walk again, but I can’t give him that chance without help. It would mean everything if you guys could share this post or visit the following links to see how you can help. To see my buddy walking again— I would be eternally grateful. Thank you for any and all support <3——————————————————-
**Donate through Paypal: 
You can send a small donation directly to paypal with this link or find the “donate" button on my tumblr page.
**Donate/Share through GoFundMe: 
You can donate through GoFundMe and share Kloud’s page on facebook and twitter to spread the word. You can also see how much we’ve raised so far.
**Commission me through: Tumblr / Deviantart
I want to thank you - If there’s anything I can do to give back to thank you for your support, I can do it through art. All the money I raise through commissions will be put aside for my dog to pay for his medical bills.
Zoom Info
kiori:

kiori:
*UPDATE - March 8th 2014
If you are familiar with my previous post about my dog’s current state, being unable to walk. He finally has his MRI and diagnosis in the past couple weeks.
I want to first thank everyone IMMENSELY for the the support, reblogging the first post and for those who donated. Thank you so much, it means the world to me and my dog <3
While it took an entire month to get Kloud his first appointment, then struggling with clearing up his pneumonia, and finally after saving enough to have the MRI done, we finally had answers about my dog’s spinal issues. Unfortunately, my mother and I feel that the vet gave up on my buddy too soon, leaving us with a diagnosis of Wobblers Syndrome and recommending that we go for “humane euthanasia” which, with his condition being otherwise healthy (minus being non-amblatory) just isn’t an option we could consider. But every vet has different methods and ways of diagnosing and treating certain cases, so we decided immediately that we wanted a re-evaluation from another vet.
Through an entire week of research, we finally found some hope. A vet several hours north of us who has an relatively new procedure with miraculous results in treating wobblers syndrome as well as other neurological and spinal related problems. We finally made the call Monday morning on March 17th and only an hour after leaving a voicemail, we received a call back from the vet, himself who does the operation. We immediately got right to it and he accepted and reviewed all of our imaging and diagnosis information about Kloud thus far. He said Kloud was not a candidate for the artificial disc surgery that helps correct the wobblers— but he did say that there was another surgery, in his words, that “he will walk again.”
Hope. Finally a possibility that my dog could walk again. But once again we are at a crossroads, and the quote for the surgery + three day overnight stay post-op, is going to run some $8,000. While that amount for a surgery is well out of reach, I still feel like we have the option to try— time permitting. Kloud has been in his current state for over two months now— longer than most are usually able. From what this doctor told us about his condition, we’re quickly reaching a point where damage and atrophy to Kloud’s spinal cord will be irreversible.
This is a dog I raised and bottle-fed from newborn to puppyhood. He’s been with me for almost 6 years and he could live several more if we can get him this surgery. Every day right now is a struggle to prevent him from aspirating and getting pneumonia again, and keeping him clean and comfortable, but its done out of the love I have for my beloved furry friend. He shifts around to the best of his abilities— has his good days and bad days. But he needs surgery asap. “He will walk again”— hearing those words made my heart fly.
So, we’re going to be realistic and keep to the original goal of $6,000 and raise the rest however possible.
We’ve spent well over $3,000 already out of our own pockets and money raised from selling items on ebay and receiving donations from friends and kind strangers. We have other animals with medical bills and as fate would have it, all of this falls on our shoulders at once. I love my dog and he is young and healthy and he has a chance to be able to walk again, but I can’t give him that chance without help. It would mean everything if you guys could share this post or visit the following links to see how you can help. To see my buddy walking again— I would be eternally grateful. Thank you for any and all support <3——————————————————-
**Donate through Paypal: 
You can send a small donation directly to paypal with this link or find the “donate" button on my tumblr page.
**Donate/Share through GoFundMe: 
You can donate through GoFundMe and share Kloud’s page on facebook and twitter to spread the word. You can also see how much we’ve raised so far.
**Commission me through: Tumblr / Deviantart
I want to thank you - If there’s anything I can do to give back to thank you for your support, I can do it through art. All the money I raise through commissions will be put aside for my dog to pay for his medical bills.
Zoom Info

kiori:

kiori:

*UPDATE - March 8th 2014


If you are familiar with my previous post about my dog’s current state, being unable to walk. He finally has his MRI and diagnosis in the past couple weeks.


I want to first thank everyone IMMENSELY for the the support, reblogging the first post and for those who donated. Thank you so much, it means the world to me and my dog <3


While it took an entire month to get Kloud his first appointment, then struggling with clearing up his pneumonia, and finally after saving enough to have the MRI done, we finally had answers about my dog’s spinal issues. Unfortunately, my mother and I feel that the vet gave up on my buddy too soon, leaving us with a diagnosis of Wobblers Syndrome and recommending that we go for “humane euthanasia” which, with his condition being otherwise healthy (minus being non-amblatory) just isn’t an option we could consider. But every vet has different methods and ways of diagnosing and treating certain cases, so we decided immediately that we wanted a re-evaluation from another vet.


Through an entire week of research, we finally found some hope. A vet several hours north of us who has an relatively new procedure with miraculous results in treating wobblers syndrome as well as other neurological and spinal related problems. We finally made the call Monday morning on March 17th and only an hour after leaving a voicemail, we received a call back from the vet, himself who does the operation. We immediately got right to it and he accepted and reviewed all of our imaging and diagnosis information about Kloud thus far. He said Kloud was not a candidate for the artificial disc surgery that helps correct the wobblers— but he did say that there was another surgery, in his words, that “he will walk again.”


Hope. Finally a possibility that my dog could walk again. But once again we are at a crossroads, and the quote for the surgery + three day overnight stay post-op, is going to run some $8,000. While that amount for a surgery is well out of reach, I still feel like we have the option to try— time permitting. Kloud has been in his current state for over two months now— longer than most are usually able. From what this doctor told us about his condition, we’re quickly reaching a point where damage and atrophy to Kloud’s spinal cord will be irreversible.


This is a dog I raised and bottle-fed from newborn to puppyhood. He’s been with me for almost 6 years and he could live several more if we can get him this surgery. Every day right now is a struggle to prevent him from aspirating and getting pneumonia again, and keeping him clean and comfortable, but its done out of the love I have for my beloved furry friend. He shifts around to the best of his abilities— has his good days and bad days. But he needs surgery asap. “He will walk again”— hearing those words made my heart fly.


So, we’re going to be realistic and keep to the original goal of $6,000 and raise the rest however possible.


We’ve spent well over $3,000 already out of our own pockets and money raised from selling items on ebay and receiving donations from friends and kind strangers. We have other animals with medical bills and as fate would have it, all of this falls on our shoulders at once. I love my dog and he is young and healthy and he has a chance to be able to walk again, but I can’t give him that chance without help. It would mean everything if you guys could share this post or visit the following links to see how you can help. To see my buddy walking again— I would be eternally grateful. Thank you for any and all support <3
——————————————————-

**Donate through Paypal:

You can send a small donation directly to paypal with this link or find the “donate" button on my tumblr page.

**Donate/Share through GoFundMe:

You can donate through GoFundMe and share Kloud’s page on facebook and twitter to spread the word. You can also see how much we’ve raised so far.

**Commission me through: Tumblr / Deviantart

I want to thank you - If there’s anything I can do to give back to thank you for your support, I can do it through art. All the money I raise through commissions will be put aside for my dog to pay for his medical bills.

kiori:

*UPDATE - March 8th 2014
If you are familiar with my previous post about my dog’s current state, being unable to walk. He finally has his MRI and diagnosis in the past couple weeks.
I want to first thank everyone IMMENSELY for the the support, reblogging the first post and for those who donated. Thank you so much, it means the world to me and my dog &lt;3
While it took an entire month to get Kloud his first appointment, then struggling with clearing up his pneumonia, and finally after saving enough to have the MRI done, we finally had answers about my dog’s spinal issues. Unfortunately, my mother and I feel that the vet gave up on my buddy too soon, leaving us with a diagnosis of Wobblers Syndrome and recommending that we go for “humane euthanasia” which, with his condition being otherwise healthy (minus being non-amblatory) just isn’t an option we could consider. But every vet has different methods and ways of diagnosing and treating certain cases, so we decided immediately that we wanted a re-evaluation from another vet.
Through an entire week of research, we finally found some hope. A vet several hours north of us who has an relatively new procedure with miraculous results in treating wobblers syndrome as well as other neurological and spinal related problems. We finally made the call Monday morning on March 17th and only an hour after leaving a voicemail, we received a call back from the vet, himself who does the operation. We immediately got right to it and he accepted and reviewed all of our imaging and diagnosis information about Kloud thus far. He said Kloud was not a candidate for the artificial disc surgery that helps correct the wobblers— but he did say that there was another surgery, in his words, that “he will walk again.”
Hope. Finally a possibility that my dog could walk again. But once again we are at a crossroads, and the quote for the surgery + three day overnight stay post-op, is going to run some $8,000. While that amount for a surgery is well out of reach, I still feel like we have the option to try— time permitting. Kloud has been in his current state for over two months now— longer than most are usually able. From what this doctor told us about his condition, we’re quickly reaching a point where damage and atrophy to Kloud’s spinal cord will be irreversible.
This is a dog I raised and bottle-fed from newborn to puppyhood. He’s been with me for almost 6 years and he could live several more if we can get him this surgery. Every day right now is a struggle to prevent him from aspirating and getting pneumonia again, and keeping him clean and comfortable, but its done out of the love I have for my beloved furry friend. He shifts around to the best of his abilities— has his good days and bad days. But he needs surgery asap. “He will walk again”— hearing those words made my heart fly.
So, we’re going to be realistic and keep to the original goal of $6,000 and raise the rest however possible.
We’ve spent well over $3,000 already out of our own pockets and money raised from selling items on ebay and receiving donations from friends and kind strangers. We have other animals with medical bills and as fate would have it, all of this falls on our shoulders at once. I love my dog and he is young and healthy and he has a chance to be able to walk again, but I can’t give him that chance without help. It would mean everything if you guys could share this post or visit the following links to see how you can help. To see my buddy walking again— I would be eternally grateful. Thank you for any and all support &lt;3——————————————————-
**Donate through Paypal: 
You can send a small donation directly to paypal with this link or find the “donate" button on my tumblr page.
**Donate/Share through GoFundMe: 
You can donate through GoFundMe and share Kloud’s page on facebook and twitter to spread the word. You can also see how much we’ve raised so far.
**Commission me through: Tumblr / Deviantart
I want to thank you - If there’s anything I can do to give back to thank you for your support, I can do it through art. All the money I raise through commissions will be put aside for my dog to pay for his medical bills.
Zoom Info
kiori:

*UPDATE - March 8th 2014
If you are familiar with my previous post about my dog’s current state, being unable to walk. He finally has his MRI and diagnosis in the past couple weeks.
I want to first thank everyone IMMENSELY for the the support, reblogging the first post and for those who donated. Thank you so much, it means the world to me and my dog &lt;3
While it took an entire month to get Kloud his first appointment, then struggling with clearing up his pneumonia, and finally after saving enough to have the MRI done, we finally had answers about my dog’s spinal issues. Unfortunately, my mother and I feel that the vet gave up on my buddy too soon, leaving us with a diagnosis of Wobblers Syndrome and recommending that we go for “humane euthanasia” which, with his condition being otherwise healthy (minus being non-amblatory) just isn’t an option we could consider. But every vet has different methods and ways of diagnosing and treating certain cases, so we decided immediately that we wanted a re-evaluation from another vet.
Through an entire week of research, we finally found some hope. A vet several hours north of us who has an relatively new procedure with miraculous results in treating wobblers syndrome as well as other neurological and spinal related problems. We finally made the call Monday morning on March 17th and only an hour after leaving a voicemail, we received a call back from the vet, himself who does the operation. We immediately got right to it and he accepted and reviewed all of our imaging and diagnosis information about Kloud thus far. He said Kloud was not a candidate for the artificial disc surgery that helps correct the wobblers— but he did say that there was another surgery, in his words, that “he will walk again.”
Hope. Finally a possibility that my dog could walk again. But once again we are at a crossroads, and the quote for the surgery + three day overnight stay post-op, is going to run some $8,000. While that amount for a surgery is well out of reach, I still feel like we have the option to try— time permitting. Kloud has been in his current state for over two months now— longer than most are usually able. From what this doctor told us about his condition, we’re quickly reaching a point where damage and atrophy to Kloud’s spinal cord will be irreversible.
This is a dog I raised and bottle-fed from newborn to puppyhood. He’s been with me for almost 6 years and he could live several more if we can get him this surgery. Every day right now is a struggle to prevent him from aspirating and getting pneumonia again, and keeping him clean and comfortable, but its done out of the love I have for my beloved furry friend. He shifts around to the best of his abilities— has his good days and bad days. But he needs surgery asap. “He will walk again”— hearing those words made my heart fly.
So, we’re going to be realistic and keep to the original goal of $6,000 and raise the rest however possible.
We’ve spent well over $3,000 already out of our own pockets and money raised from selling items on ebay and receiving donations from friends and kind strangers. We have other animals with medical bills and as fate would have it, all of this falls on our shoulders at once. I love my dog and he is young and healthy and he has a chance to be able to walk again, but I can’t give him that chance without help. It would mean everything if you guys could share this post or visit the following links to see how you can help. To see my buddy walking again— I would be eternally grateful. Thank you for any and all support &lt;3——————————————————-
**Donate through Paypal: 
You can send a small donation directly to paypal with this link or find the “donate" button on my tumblr page.
**Donate/Share through GoFundMe: 
You can donate through GoFundMe and share Kloud’s page on facebook and twitter to spread the word. You can also see how much we’ve raised so far.
**Commission me through: Tumblr / Deviantart
I want to thank you - If there’s anything I can do to give back to thank you for your support, I can do it through art. All the money I raise through commissions will be put aside for my dog to pay for his medical bills.
Zoom Info
kiori:

*UPDATE - March 8th 2014
If you are familiar with my previous post about my dog’s current state, being unable to walk. He finally has his MRI and diagnosis in the past couple weeks.
I want to first thank everyone IMMENSELY for the the support, reblogging the first post and for those who donated. Thank you so much, it means the world to me and my dog &lt;3
While it took an entire month to get Kloud his first appointment, then struggling with clearing up his pneumonia, and finally after saving enough to have the MRI done, we finally had answers about my dog’s spinal issues. Unfortunately, my mother and I feel that the vet gave up on my buddy too soon, leaving us with a diagnosis of Wobblers Syndrome and recommending that we go for “humane euthanasia” which, with his condition being otherwise healthy (minus being non-amblatory) just isn’t an option we could consider. But every vet has different methods and ways of diagnosing and treating certain cases, so we decided immediately that we wanted a re-evaluation from another vet.
Through an entire week of research, we finally found some hope. A vet several hours north of us who has an relatively new procedure with miraculous results in treating wobblers syndrome as well as other neurological and spinal related problems. We finally made the call Monday morning on March 17th and only an hour after leaving a voicemail, we received a call back from the vet, himself who does the operation. We immediately got right to it and he accepted and reviewed all of our imaging and diagnosis information about Kloud thus far. He said Kloud was not a candidate for the artificial disc surgery that helps correct the wobblers— but he did say that there was another surgery, in his words, that “he will walk again.”
Hope. Finally a possibility that my dog could walk again. But once again we are at a crossroads, and the quote for the surgery + three day overnight stay post-op, is going to run some $8,000. While that amount for a surgery is well out of reach, I still feel like we have the option to try— time permitting. Kloud has been in his current state for over two months now— longer than most are usually able. From what this doctor told us about his condition, we’re quickly reaching a point where damage and atrophy to Kloud’s spinal cord will be irreversible.
This is a dog I raised and bottle-fed from newborn to puppyhood. He’s been with me for almost 6 years and he could live several more if we can get him this surgery. Every day right now is a struggle to prevent him from aspirating and getting pneumonia again, and keeping him clean and comfortable, but its done out of the love I have for my beloved furry friend. He shifts around to the best of his abilities— has his good days and bad days. But he needs surgery asap. “He will walk again”— hearing those words made my heart fly.
So, we’re going to be realistic and keep to the original goal of $6,000 and raise the rest however possible.
We’ve spent well over $3,000 already out of our own pockets and money raised from selling items on ebay and receiving donations from friends and kind strangers. We have other animals with medical bills and as fate would have it, all of this falls on our shoulders at once. I love my dog and he is young and healthy and he has a chance to be able to walk again, but I can’t give him that chance without help. It would mean everything if you guys could share this post or visit the following links to see how you can help. To see my buddy walking again— I would be eternally grateful. Thank you for any and all support &lt;3——————————————————-
**Donate through Paypal: 
You can send a small donation directly to paypal with this link or find the “donate" button on my tumblr page.
**Donate/Share through GoFundMe: 
You can donate through GoFundMe and share Kloud’s page on facebook and twitter to spread the word. You can also see how much we’ve raised so far.
**Commission me through: Tumblr / Deviantart
I want to thank you - If there’s anything I can do to give back to thank you for your support, I can do it through art. All the money I raise through commissions will be put aside for my dog to pay for his medical bills.
Zoom Info

kiori:

*UPDATE - March 8th 2014


If you are familiar with my previous post about my dog’s current state, being unable to walk. He finally has his MRI and diagnosis in the past couple weeks.


I want to first thank everyone IMMENSELY for the the support, reblogging the first post and for those who donated. Thank you so much, it means the world to me and my dog <3


While it took an entire month to get Kloud his first appointment, then struggling with clearing up his pneumonia, and finally after saving enough to have the MRI done, we finally had answers about my dog’s spinal issues. Unfortunately, my mother and I feel that the vet gave up on my buddy too soon, leaving us with a diagnosis of Wobblers Syndrome and recommending that we go for “humane euthanasia” which, with his condition being otherwise healthy (minus being non-amblatory) just isn’t an option we could consider. But every vet has different methods and ways of diagnosing and treating certain cases, so we decided immediately that we wanted a re-evaluation from another vet.


Through an entire week of research, we finally found some hope. A vet several hours north of us who has an relatively new procedure with miraculous results in treating wobblers syndrome as well as other neurological and spinal related problems. We finally made the call Monday morning on March 17th and only an hour after leaving a voicemail, we received a call back from the vet, himself who does the operation. We immediately got right to it and he accepted and reviewed all of our imaging and diagnosis information about Kloud thus far. He said Kloud was not a candidate for the artificial disc surgery that helps correct the wobblers— but he did say that there was another surgery, in his words, that “he will walk again.”


Hope. Finally a possibility that my dog could walk again. But once again we are at a crossroads, and the quote for the surgery + three day overnight stay post-op, is going to run some $8,000. While that amount for a surgery is well out of reach, I still feel like we have the option to try— time permitting. Kloud has been in his current state for over two months now— longer than most are usually able. From what this doctor told us about his condition, we’re quickly reaching a point where damage and atrophy to Kloud’s spinal cord will be irreversible.


This is a dog I raised and bottle-fed from newborn to puppyhood. He’s been with me for almost 6 years and he could live several more if we can get him this surgery. Every day right now is a struggle to prevent him from aspirating and getting pneumonia again, and keeping him clean and comfortable, but its done out of the love I have for my beloved furry friend. He shifts around to the best of his abilities— has his good days and bad days. But he needs surgery asap. “He will walk again”— hearing those words made my heart fly.


So, we’re going to be realistic and keep to the original goal of $6,000 and raise the rest however possible.


We’ve spent well over $3,000 already out of our own pockets and money raised from selling items on ebay and receiving donations from friends and kind strangers. We have other animals with medical bills and as fate would have it, all of this falls on our shoulders at once. I love my dog and he is young and healthy and he has a chance to be able to walk again, but I can’t give him that chance without help. It would mean everything if you guys could share this post or visit the following links to see how you can help. To see my buddy walking again— I would be eternally grateful. Thank you for any and all support <3
——————————————————-

**Donate through Paypal:

You can send a small donation directly to paypal with this link or find the “donate" button on my tumblr page.

**Donate/Share through GoFundMe:

You can donate through GoFundMe and share Kloud’s page on facebook and twitter to spread the word. You can also see how much we’ve raised so far.

**Commission me through: Tumblr / Deviantart

I want to thank you - If there’s anything I can do to give back to thank you for your support, I can do it through art. All the money I raise through commissions will be put aside for my dog to pay for his medical bills.

twinkpark:

PLEASE HELP ME, SIGNAL BOOST, ANYTHING.

Hello, my dog just had a seizure and I don’t have the money to go to a vet with him. I’m freaking out and I’ve been crying and holding him the entire time, I’m scared he’ll die soon. He’s very sick and rather old, but I’d do anything to keep him alive a bit longer.

I feel terrible for asking this, I should be a more cautious and save up money in case these things happen, but I just don’t have the income for it.

I’m opening commissions and I’m open for donations.

Here’s examples of my art http://lengay.tumblr.com/

Please help me, I don’t know what to do without him. I need to raise a whopping 1600 dollars as soon as possible.

Please signal boost, just anything, please.

My paypal is king-of-sorrow@live.se

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