Monday, October 25, 2010

Update: Camden Needs Your Help

Camden after surgery
Back in June, we featured a story on Camden, a cat rescued from the streets of Baltimore, MD who needed surgery to prevent urinary blockages. Well, we are happy to report that Camden had the surgery and is feeling 100% better!

Pumpkin after surgery
Just like Pumpkin, an ACR office kitty, Camden will need to be on a special diet for the rest of his life due to his urinary tract disease; however, his mom Mari (and ACR) is glad she made the right decision to have the surgery. Both cats are happy and healthy, with no urinary blockages (thanks to the urethra-widening incision) and loving their new food.

Thanks to compassionate folks like YOU, donations made it possible for Camden (and Pumpkin) to receive the surgery they needed and deserved! To stay updated on Camden’s condition and to see how you can help, please click here.

1 comment:

googlekathryn said...

You could also try feeding them good food. See http://holisticat.com or http://catnutrition.org Urinary problems have been linked to dry food.