Fundraising Friday: Tender Tiger Posted on Friday, 25 September 2015
Tiger is one of the stray junior cats that was part of our TNR program in Quezon City. One of the friendly residents in the area has been feeding and taking care of him.
Late last week, she noticed something wrong with him–he was suddenly paralyzed from the neck down. He could not stand up at all and kept crying out. He was brought to our partner vet but tests are still being conducted to know exactly what had happened. It may either be someone had kicked him, he had a stroke, has a severe ear infection, etc. Either way, it is obvious that his recovery will be a long process and the bills have already been piling up with the different tests being done (not including expenses that will be part of his future rehabilitation).
We are hopeful that he will still be able to walk and we hope that you can help us provide him with the care he needs. Donations in any amount will be greatly appreciated. To donate to his medical fund, please see instructions below. Thank you very much!
Donations may be made via PayPal and BPI bank deposit.
1. Go to: http://www.caraphil.org/mainsite/get-involved/donate/
2. Click on “Donate.”
3. Follow the instructions. When asked to review the donation, click on “Add special instructions to CARA” and write “TIGER”.
4. E-mail the confirmation receipt to email@example.com with subject “TIGER”.
Cash deposits may be made to the following account:
CARA Welfare Philippines
BPI Current Account # 3191-0467-05
Please don’t forget to e-mail a photo of the deposit slip to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject “TIGER”.
Please do not forget to email the confirmation receipt (PayPal) or a photo of the deposit slip (BPI) to email@example.com with the subject “TIGER”.
The PayPal and BPI are all CARA’s. We only need you to send in your receipts/deposit slip to our Treasurer for accounting purposes.
Thank you very much!
Reported by Stephanie Lim. Posted by Bianca Magbujos.
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