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Captain Update by M. Goulin

We had a kitten come to us a couple of months ago with a really bad eye injury. She was lovingly named Captain by the staff. Upon initial examination removal of the eye seemed like the only possible treatment. We did need to reduce infection and swelling before going ahead with the surgery, as well as make sure she was healthy overall.

She was treated for over a month with medications and special treatments. While her vision was not restored to that eye it has physically healed and is no longer painful. Amazingly we were able to treat the eye medically and there is no need to remove the eye at this time.

We want to thank the Clappison Community for their concern and support. All remaining funds raised will stay in our OSCAR fund to help other pets in need. She has been adopted by a wonderful family and is thriving in her new home. To learn more about our OSCAR fund or to make a donation please contact our clinic.

What is the OSCAR Fund?
The OSCAR Fund provides resources for pets in need that could not otherwise afford care. OSCAR stands for Offering Subsidized Care for Animal Recovery. Just by bringing in your pet for examinations as you normally would you are helping other pets in your community who desperately need medical care. This Fund is administered right here at the clinic. Pets assisted by the Fund will be featured on the Chronic Care Champion website so that you can read all about how your donation has changed their lives!

If you have questions about this program or any other service we provide please give us a call today.  We are committed to working with you to help your pet live a longer, healthier and happier life!

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