Sophia, ‘Romi’s owner told me “she truly is the best companion we could ever have asked for.
I have three small children and ‘Romi’ is amazing with them”. At the beginning of the year, Sophia was made redundant due to covid. Then, as the bad luck continued, she noticed ‘Romi’ had started limping; an X’ray finally revealed she had snapped a ligament in her left knee (ruptured cruciate).
Sophia explained “We have waited almost five months for ‘Romi’ to get an operation at the PDSA.
However, because of the Covid situation they are not doing anything other than life and death work. The upset I carry for poor ‘Romi’ cannot be described, she cannot put her foot down and hops around in constant pain, even worse she’s spent most of her life suffering like this. Things are so bad for her that she tries to hold off passing water, as when she gets in position to pee she screams out. ‘Romi’ is not yet one year old; she is so gentle and doesn’t deserve the constant pain she is in. ‘Friends of the Animals’ are now our only hope. Please help bring our beautiful girl back to health”.
The short film clip of ‘Romi’ hobbling is sad to see and we are asking all of our supporters –
and animal lovers everywhere – to please help us with this very sad case. We won’t give up,
but the longer it takes to raise the funds, the longer she will be left to suffer.
I have today spoken to the Vet and as ‘Romi’ weighs 30 Kilos, the cost of surgery will be at
least £3,000. Donations of any size will be received with gratitude.
Thank you for your consideration.
Posted on September 4th, 2020