HPAN Sponsors Storm with $124
Storm was neutered and placed for adoption at the Campbell County Animal Shelter. He began feeling lethargic and not acting like himself. He was sent to foster for closer observation. Mid-week he stopped greeting his foster and lost all interest in interaction. Storm was taken to a private veterinarian who diagnosed him with a blood infection. He was sent home with medication and special food. Storm began throwing up and wouldn’t eat. As the hours progressed, his foster decided to take him to UTVMC. At UT, Storm was diagnosed with what is believed to be wet form FIP. Storm has good days and bad days. His prognosis is unknown as is his foster/adoption situation. We believe he may be a hospice type of placement. Nonetheless, we were able to contribute $124 toward his initial care.