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4 WEEK OLD, TOTALLY BLIND, LEONARDO NEEDS TO SEE A CARDIOLOGIST ASAP

Image - Leonardo - Brave Little Lion - Upon evaluation, the doctor said that it looks like the left side of his heart is quite enlarged, and he suggested we take him to OSU College of Veterinary Medicine so a cardiologist can make recommendations.
 
The problem is that will be a very expensive visit.
We are hoping to raise donations that will enable us to get Leonard to OSU as soon as possible.

Upon evaluation, the doctor said that it looks like the left side of his heart is quite enlarged, and he suggested we take him to OSU College of Veterinary Medicine so a cardiologist can make recommendations. The problem is that will be a very expensive visit. We are hoping to raise donations that will enable us to get Leonard to OSU as soon as possible.

Leonardo is pronounced, "lay oh NAHR doh".

We received a call from a man who lives in the country near Clyde, Ohio, and he said one of his outside cats had a blind kitten, and a local veterinarian suggested he call S.P.A..

I gave him information about our low cost spay and neuter program after hearing that there are often kittens being born outside there, and he said he wasn't concerned about them, that they either found homes or weren't a problem (I am not sure what that means).

This little, blind 4 week old kitten was OUTSIDE, and when I asked him to bring him inside where he would be safe, I had the idea that would not actually be happening.

He said he was leaving town for a few days, and he MAY email me a photo when he returned. I was very concerned the kitten would be dead by then.

Even though we are very low on money and maxed out with foster animals, I called the other members of S.P.A. and they agreed that we had to take this kitten. The kitten was taken to Fremont Animal Hospital.

His eyes are shriveled up under his eyelids, and he is indeed TOTALLY blind. He is missing most of his tail and has a very bad heart murmur. Doctor Alexander suggested an X-ray.

Upon evaluation, the doctor said that it looks like the left side of his heart is quite enlarged, and he suggested we take him to OSU College of Veterinary Medicine so a cardiologist can make recommendations.

The problem is that will be a very expensive visit.

We are hoping to raise donations that will enable us to get Leonard to OSU as soon as possible.

Donations can be made online through S.P.A.'s Paypal Account at:

www.spaohio.org.

Or, Donations can be mailed to:

Leonardo's Heart Fund

P.O. Box 1047

Fremont, OH 43420

Leonardo is currently at Fremont Animal Hospital. We hope to be able to get him in to OSU College of Veterinary Medicine as soon as possible.

Thanks for your donation and/or prayers. This poor little guy is so darned sweet, but he is spunky! That is why I named him Leonardo; he is 'a brave little lion'.

Barbara McGrady

SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF ANIMALS, INC.

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This is my simple religion.

There is no need for temples;

no need for complicated philosophy.

Our own brain,

our own heart is our temple;

the philosophy is kindness.

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