Bunny World Foundation: Sponsor a Pet
What was the money or product used for?

The total donation of $90 (donations made to Bunny World Foundation in 2017 Q1) was used to pay the medical bill at Northwood Animal Hospital.

How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?

Our foster system is constantly receiving newcomers who need medical assistance. Almost every rabbit whom we accept into our family needs some type of medical treatment, or at least an initial exam. Every bit counts, and the donation was applied towards Black Swan, a.k.a. Lucy's, balance to cover her exam, blood panel, and the medication necessary for her recovery. Lucy is the one suffering from seizures.

How many pets did this grant help?

One

Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.

Luce was suffering from mydriatic [dilated] pupil, seizures, head-tilt, glaucoma, and an ear infection. Yes, Black Swan, a.k.a. Lucy, is still adoptable. Lucy had experienced the most violent seizure that we’ve ever witnessed. She was losing weight, had abnormal pupils and was experiencing a weird head-shaking and head-tilt that would come and go. Something was up. She was seen by both ophthalmologist Dr. Chang as well as Dr. Roberts at Northwood Animal Hospital. She’s currently undergoing treatment for parasympathetic nerve dysfunction, higher central nervous system disorder, glaucoma, E, cuniculi [a protozoal parasite] and an ear infection. She’s recovering nicely. This is Lucy's link on Petfinder: www.petfinder.com/petdetail/34426539