Lincoln’s Human Helping Tiny Feline

Lincoln’s human does so much work for felines with special needs. Poor Lincoln could only move his eyes when his human found him. But with a lot of hard work, they helped Lincoln become a happy and fully mobile feline! They continued their work with special needs felines after this, and many felines are very grateful.

Now, they are helping a tiny feline named Neo. Neo was suffering from very infected eyes, which were very painful. The white coated humans decided that too much damage had been done to those eyes for them to recover. Because they were also causing pain, they made the difficult decision to remove Neo’s eyes.

Furiends, white coated humans do not like doing this. They decided to do this because Neo was in pain and would not recover his vision. The surgery went well, and Neo went home with antibiotics to help him fight the infection that remained.

Neo’s recovery has been a difficult one. The white coated humans learned antibiotic resistant bacteria caused his infection. They changed the antibiotics, which helped him recover. But then he suffered a seizure. The white coated humans think this is because of the infection that he was fighting.

This led the white coated humans to conclude that Neo will need another surgery to go in and clean out the infection that remains. They feel this is the best way to address the medical issues Neo is fighting.

Neo Relaxing with His Furiend
Neo Relaxing with His Furiend

Despite all of this, Neo remains an upbeat and playful feline. He likes to play with other felines in the home. And despite being blind, you can find Neo climbing a cat tree to get to a comfortable spot.

Furiends, all of this treatment requires many green paper things. Neo is getting all of the care he needs, but the treatment depleted funds set aside for his care. Now, a human who helps many felines needs help!

Please contribute to help Neo get the treatment he needs. If you cannot, please share his story so that others can. And whether you contribute or not, please send this poor feline healing thoughts!

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