So many on my f-list going through some really rough times - this is one of the ones that can at least be improved a teeny bit with some monies:
Ever since Chihiro's dental work, where all of her molars were removed, she's been having problems with a troublesome canine that the vet opted to leave in despite thinking it might need to go, as she'd already been under for three hours, and he thought it could be saved.
After three months, four rounds of antibiotics, multiple vet visits, and two of her incisors falling out due to the gum inflammation and infection? Yeah, it's gotta go.dinogrrrl
has been amazing. She took Chihiro in when my parents said I couldn't keep her, she's been taking Chihiro to the vet and giving her antibiotic after antibiotic, and tolerating Chihiro terrorizing her two cats with a level of grace I can't even comprehend. She's paid out of pocket for vet visits and medication, because CareCredit won't give a 6 month interest-free plan for anything under $100. I don't know where I'd be without her.I started another fundraiser to help offset the costs Chihiro is rapidly accruing.
I set the goal at a rather lofty $1500, with the hope of being able to pay off this surgery, the remaining balance on my CareCredit card, and to repay dinogrrrl
for all of the things she's paid for out-of-pocket, from vet visits, medication, food and litter, not to mention for simply caring for my baby when I've been unable to.
I have run out of unemployment, and still haven't found a professional job. Presently, I'm back at the Wendy's that was my first job back at 16, as the general manager was gracious enough to take me back. I'm on minimum wage and so I'll be making even less money than I was getting in unemployment, so I really have no idea how I'm going to juggle everything. My guess is unsuccessfully. If anyone happens to know a rich person who'd like to sponsor me and help me resolve all my debt so I can move on with life, I'd be happy to make their acquaintance. ;P