Tyson, a one year old orange tabby, is suffering from pulmonic stenosis, which is a congenital cardiac abnormality that is very rare in cats. As a result of this condition, Tyson may suffer from congestive heart failure (a buildup of fluid around the lungs or in the abdominal cavity), poor forward flow where the brain does not receive enough oxygen (causing weakness or fainting spells), thickening of the heart muscle (causing arrhythmia, which can lead to weakness), fainting, or sudden death. In order to treat Tyson and save his life, he needs to have a procedure performed called a balloon vulvuloplasty. This procedure can be done at Veterinary Specialty Services at an estimated cost of $2,600.
If you would like to donate towards Tyson's surgery, please click the Paypal link on our website and write "Tyson" in the special instructions section. We have approximately 1-2 weeks to raise the funds for this surgery and have it completed.