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Chase's Story


We are asking for Donations to pay for the Veterinarian bill.


Call Kendall Pointe Hospital directly to help pay the outstanding balance. 

Sadly, Chase has passed away.

He's went through a lot of suffering in a short time span.

On Sunday evening, April 3, around 4:45 p.m. He was hit by a car. His left front femur (bone) was broken, and the driver refused to take responsibility and threatened to go to court. The Owner is not in good health or financially stable. He can barely fend for himself as he is homeless. 

After the accident, I contacted numerous hospitals and clinics to find an affordable way to help. Miami Dade Animal Services (311) was closed on Sunday. A few hours later, I was able to speak with Joicelyn from Furry Critters Rescue. Her specialty are cats. However, she understood that Chase was in pain and needed to be seen by a Veterinarian (Vet) as soon as possible.

Around 9:00 p.m. Sunday night, we rushed to the Kendall Pointe Animal Hospital https://www.yelp.com/biz/kendall-pointe-animal-hospital-miami. They began to collect blood samples, run tests, and take X-rays. The results were dire. His immune system was low and the bone that was broken would be difficult to fix.

Even though the estimated bill was $5,041.56, we felt it was necessary to leave Chase there for observation. The surgery was performed on Tuesday, April 5th at 6 am. Fortunately, the Veterinarian was able to install a plate with six (6) screws.

Chase stayed there until Thursday night and was picked up at 11 p.m. He would need to be taken to the Veterinarian for the first 30 days to help him receive therapy and complete follow-up. Unfortunately, after having him for a couple of days, Chase attempted to escape multiple times and hurt himself again. A second surgery or possible amputation will be necessary. We are still waiting for a response from the Vet's office.

Chase is afraid, traumatized, and has tried to escape to reconnect with his previous Owner. He's not comfortable being locked in a crate. However, he is sweet and passive. He needs someone to spend time with him and show unconditional love. He is very loyal and brave.

We hope someone loving and patient finds it in their heart to help take good care of Chase. He deserves lots of time and attention.

We are working with donations and prayers to help Chase and many Furry Critters like him. 

-Thank you for those who care for animals. They are precious furbabies.-

RA, Animal Advocate & Volunteer