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Our problem children

These are the stories of some of the animals we were able to save but whose lives we are still fighting for. Help us so that even our most serious cases make it to the sunny side of life.

Our current concern is liquorice

She came to us as a small cat from a very run-down farm. It took an incredible amount of care and time to nurse her back to health. The months that have passed have been one big up and down because we didn't know if she would make it. Sweet Licorice cried a lot, vomited regularly, sneezed constantly, kept losing a lot of weight or even refused to eat. She was treated in several clinics, but no doctor found the cause of her symptoms. Of course we didn't give up and after four clinics we went to a fifth one. This one actually found a polyp in her throat and a special ultrasound also diagnosed that her kidneys were much too small.
Lakritz had to stay in hospital for a week. He received infusions and blood dialysis and even survived the operation.

We would be incredibly grateful for financial support, as the costs for this hospital stay were very high (treatment costs: €665). Every cent helps and would make us and Lakritz very happy. Thank you very much!

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Kristiane Schott
Bank of Ireland Scariff
IBAN: IE02BOFI90441310777841
BIC: BOFIIE2D
Subject: "Donation - Irish Farm of Hope"

We will be happy to issue you a donation receipt for the amount you have contributed. Since we are a non-profit and registered association, you can submit this to your taxes.

 

Cat dwarf

She rode in the engine compartment of a car for a long time and basically came out of the bottom when the car was stationary and the engine got cold.
She is very small, very underdeveloped and unfortunately also has a prolapsed intestine because she hasn't had anything to drink or eat for a long time.
She needs to go to the veterinary clinic immediately so that she can receive the medical care she urgently needs. It would be great if we could get some financial support for our current intensive care patients. Thanks.

Support the Irish Farm of Hope with a donation

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Please transfer your donation to the account:

Kristiane Schott
Bank of Ireland Scariff
IBAN: IE02BOFI90441310777841
BIC: BOFIIE2D
Subject: "Donation - Irish Farm of Hope"

We will be happy to issue you a donation receipt for the amount you have contributed. Since we are a non-profit and registered association, you can submit this to your taxes.

 

asterisk

Sternchen came to us with her 3 siblings, all extremely sick and very underweight. Nobody knows where they come from, although 4 white cats are rather unusual in Ireland.

Unfortunately, one of the siblings didn't make it due to the massive neglect. Sternchen's brothers developed well. With a lot of hourly care and complex medical applications. Very little happened with asterisks. She didn't really gain any weight and always lagged far behind her siblings.

Support the Irish Farm of Hope with a donation

0
Please transfer your donation to the account:

Kristiane Schott
Bank of Ireland Scariff
IBAN: IE02BOFI90441310777841
BIC: BOFIIE2D
Subject: "Donation - Irish Farm of Hope"

We will be happy to issue you a donation receipt for the amount you have contributed. Since we are a non-profit and registered association, you can submit this to your taxes.

 

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FOR OUR DONKEY Molly

Molly represents all of our donkeys, ponies and horses on the farm. They all get their blessings from us and have a terrible story behind them. We would be very happy about sponsorships. Or a donation for hay. You can easily donate via PayPal!

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