Your shopping cart is empty!
Friends this is a heartbreaking case! Please help this tiny kitten. Our partners The Arrow Fund received a plea about a badly abused newborn and knew they had to step in to save his life. This 1.25 pound kitten was found abandoned on side of road. All of his litter mates were found dead. He was the only one to survive.
At the shelter this baby did receive antibiotics but no advanced medical care or pain meds. Rescuers rushed the tiny boy to their emergency vet for life saving medical care. We were alerted to the situation this morning and we immediately stepped up to help. Rescuers have named him Chrome and he is in the back now being evaluated by emergency vet staff.
Chrome's eyes are in horrible shape. He is on pain meds for his eyes. He will stay at the ER Vet until Dr. Erica Tolar a board certified Veterinary Ophthalmologist can examine him. Chrome most likely will lose one or both eyes from his abuse. Please help us save this babies life.
Chrome weighs 1.25 pounds and is approximately 4 weeks old. He is very tiny and very sick. Please send lots of love to this innocent baby. Donations are so needed and would be appreciated. Rebecca, founder of TAF said, “We have been slammed and the case requests keep coming. We appreciate your support more than you could ever know…"
UPDATE 7-10-17: Chrome is around 1.87 pounds and his eye is still very bad. One is worse than the other but he is expected to lose both eyes when he reaches the 2.2 pounds that is ideal for a safe surgery. The Arrow Fund is staying in contact with Dr. Erica Tolar. Chrome is being spoiled by his foster parents Lisa and Russell Catron. Chrome is eating very well and we seem to have his pain under control. Please know he is being monitored closely. We love this little boy. Chrome is so sweet !
This is where we are asking for your help! We have partnered with TAF to create these animal saving shirts, sweaters and accessories to raise the funds needed to save Chrome from this unthinkable abuse. Everything from a tee to a bracelet can help Chrome heal both mentally and physically. Please, will you join us?
The Arrow Fund provides medical treatment to Kentuckiana animals who have been the victims of torture or extreme forms of abuse and neglect. By highlighting these cases, we strive to educate the public regarding the ongoing problem of animal cruelty and the need to strengthen Kentuckiana's animal welfare laws.