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Jay Jay belongs to Tara C.
from sheffield, PA
cataracts due to diabetes

Amount to Raise: $2,139.04 Amount raised: $180.00 Amount left to raise: $1,959.04 View Donations
Status: Active When needed: ASAP

Jay Jay's Story:

My beloved pet Jay Jay was diagnosed with diabetes last summer. Although I knew it would be a challenge I refused to give up on him. His diabetes is now well controlled. However, due to the diabetes, he developed cataracts recently that robbed him of his vision. His diabetic supplies, special food and insulin cost well over 700 a year. This has added a definate strain on my finances. I have two young children that depend on me also. I believe all animals are a gift from God and deserve medical treatment when needed. It breaks my heart to look into my Jay Jay's face and see those icy blue circles that were once his beautiful brown eyes!!! It is even harder knowing that there is treatment that I can't afford to give him. Having the cataracts puts him at risk for uveitis and glaucoma. These are both painful conditions. Jay Jay has a strong will to live and has overcome adversity in the past. He was attacked on my property by a neighborhood dog known for it's aggression. Jay Jay sustained a severe injury to his tail area and a dozen puncture wounds. He required surgery to place drains to allow the area to heal. It took a few months but he rallied back! I had to pay 900 dollars upfront to save his life. I was subsequently reimbursed over a two year period. I understand that there are so many other pets that need help also. I am asking from the bottom of my heart that you consider donating to help Jay Jay receive the cataract surgery he needs to give him back his quality of life. Thank you from the bottom of my heart! Tara Copley

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All Chances complete 30 days after they are first Submitted for Verification by the Pet Owner. The reason they end at all is because credit card refunds must be issued if the funds cannot be raised and, therefore, the treament will not be provided.


So, if a Chance will not be fulfilled by a doctor/provider within 30 days, the money must be refunded to the people who made donations.


Shortly before the Chance completion date Pet Chance will try to work with the doctor/provider to see if the treatment can be fulfilled with partial funding.


Our goal is to fullfil as many Chances as possible!

We call it Pet Care Assurance...


At Pet Chance, our goal is to empower pet owners to make the right decisions for their pets. By funding Chances where owners have already incurred debt we are giving the next owner facing that daunting decision confidence to provide their pet with the care it needs.


The more Chances where treatment was already provided to get funded, the more likely it is owners (and vets) will make the right medical decision first, and handle the financial obligation after the fact.