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Parvo Case: BHOLI's son Cookie needs urgent medical care.

*FUND APPEAL FOR A MOTHER AND HER 4 BABIES*
Update on Bholi*DELHI*
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Hi everyone. So far, this journey has been about sleepless nights, changing bedsheets and newspapers, feeding every 2 hours and running around in the house in emergency situations. This is what parenthood is about. It's a lot but at the end of the day, it's a beautiful thing to experience.
After learning that Bholi was abandoned because she was pregnant, I could do nothing but just be there for her. Sometimes that's all these voiceless souls need, little support and some guidance. A soul so innocent, a soul who is so selfless and so loving, how could someone leave her to die alone on the road? Even after knowing it was about so many lives.
We had no idea that Bholi wont be able to feed her babies ever. Her surgeries, post op care and even feeding her babies was never planned. Her pregnancy was itself a shock for us but once you have a living being at home, there is no way you can or should step back. I raised funds for Bholi and her babies thinking that it would be just about Bholi's meals and other little things and later stopped people from donating. Little did we know that everything would cost us this much. Her surgery was unexpected, so were her blood tests, x ray, medicines, etc. A box of a puppy formula milk could last for about 3.5 days (I used to get it in discount @ Rs. 750) as there are 4 babies and they were being fed every two hours. Now they have swtiched to baby wheat ceralac which I bought in bulk already. A 400gm box gets over in 2 days (each puppy needs 2 scoops). One of the puppy had an infection on his penis which is slowly healing now. Bholi is also on antibiotics and syrups as her haemoglobin was 8.4 only. I am trying everything under my capacity to give them a life that every dog deserves but without your support, it won't be easy for us to move forward. We can't reduce their number of meals or the quantity just because we are over with the funds. We have already over spend and managed everything somehow but being there for these babies and feeling helpless is not something that they deserve. I am currently not working and neither do I stay with my parents so nothing is financially, physically and even emotionally stable at the moment. I also have an indie baby at home so it's a lot.
I have always worked in an NGO sector but was never good at fundraising (I used to work for a different department). During Bholi's journey, I understood how challenging and scary fundraising could be. Relying on money from strangers and people you know just to save someone's life. I was reluctant initially but I am glad I came forward and asked for donations. Because we were not aware of her surgery and everything else that I mentioned, we told people that we dont need donations further. We had to stop because we assumed that the small amount we collected would be enough. But sometimes, you have all the knowledge and the strength to do something but without any financial support, it can never be easy to move forward. Even a small contribution of Rs. 150-200 will help us. It's their last month at my place. Please help me so that I can give them a normal healthy life till the time they are under my care. Two of our baby girls (the black ones) have already been adopted by Ms. Sunanda Arora (from faridabad) and the best part is, both the girls will be staying together and they already have two elder sisters to accompany them. We know people are interested in adopting the male ones too but one of them is very fragile so it's still on process. Bholi's adoption will be confirmed by this week. I will inform you all once again if there is any major update. Thank you for your constant support. Please do share it around.
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23rd September 2019
PARVO CASE- COOKIE (3 months old baby boy)

Estimate- INR 57,300 till 22nd September (this bill does not include the cost for blood tests, parvo serum i.e. INR 1200*5 days and remaining days cost for treatment and medical boarding). He still has 10 more days to go :(

Hi everyone. I hope you all remember Bholi and her lovely babies. It's been almost 2 weeks since we lost Coffee and it's hard to accept that he's no more jumping around us or throwing tantrums. Our baby left us too early. While we all were grieving for Coffee, his brother Cookie showed similar symptoms the next day and was immediately admitted at Max Vets (he puked water thrice). I am currently fostering his mother (Bholi) and have an indie son at home (P2) and my sister also has 4 furry babies so we can't keep Cookie until it's safe for all of them. He's currently at the contagious ward and has been responding to the treatment well (today it's 13th day at the hospital). His liver has also been infected (reports attached) for which he is on strong antibiotics. He has retained both water and food and my baby boy is trying his best, staying strong (touchwood). I have shared an estimate which does not include the cost for his regular blood tests (but I have attached the reports) and he will stay at the medical boarding for next 7-10 days (which will increase the cost mentioned on the bill). His parvo serum was for Rs. 1200*5 (days) which will be added in the final bill. We all are trying our best under our capacity and so is Cookie and all the doctors/staff at Max Vets. Any contribution at the moment will help us with his treatment which needs to go smoothly and he deserves the best. (also, please share it within your network as much as you can). It's about a life here and he's too young to face this. Thank you!


PARVO CASE- COOKIE (3 months old baby boy)

Estimate- INR 57,300 till 22nd September (this bill does not include the cost for blood tests, parvo serum i.e. INR 1200*5 days and remaining days cost for treatment and medical boarding). He still has 10 more days to go :(

Hi everyone. I hope you all remember Bholi and her lovely babies. It's been almost 2 weeks since we lost Coffee and it's hard to accept that he's no more jumping around us or throwing tantrums. Our baby left us too early. While we all were grieving for Coffee, his brother Cookie showed similar symptoms the next day and was immediately admitted at Max Vets (he puked water thrice). I am currently fostering his mother (Bholi) and have an indie son at home (P2) and my sister also has 4 furry babies so we can't keep Cookie until it's safe for all of them. He's currently at the contagious ward and has been responding to the treatment well (today it's 13th day at the hospital). His liver has also been infected (reports attached) for which he is on strong antibiotics. He has retained both water and food and my baby boy is trying his best, staying strong (touchwood). I have shared an estimate which does not include the cost for his regular blood tests (but I have attached the reports) and he will stay at the medical boarding for next 7-10 days (which will increase the cost mentioned on the bill). His parvo serum was for Rs. 1200*5 (days) which will be added in the final bill. We all are trying our best under our capacity and so is Cookie and all the doctors/staff at Max Vets. Any contribution at the moment will help us with his treatment which needs to go smoothly and he deserves the best. (also, please share it within your network as much as you can). It's about a life here and he's too young to face this. Thank you!


23rd September 2019
PARVO CASE- COOKIE (3 months old baby boy)

Estimate- INR 57,300 till 22nd September (this bill does not include the cost for blood tests, parvo serum i.e. INR 1200*5 days and remaining days cost for treatment and medical boarding). He still has 10 more days to go :(

Hi everyone. I hope you all remember Bholi and her lovely babies. It's been almost 2 weeks since we lost Coffee and it's hard to accept that he's no more jumping around us or throwing tantrums. Our baby left us too early. While we all were grieving for Coffee, his brother Cookie showed similar symptoms the next day and was immediately admitted at Max Vets (he puked water thrice). I am currently fostering his mother (Bholi) and have an indie son at home (P2) and my sister also has 4 furry babies so we can't keep Cookie until it's safe for all of them. He's currently at the contagious ward and has been responding to the treatment well (today it's 13th day at the hospital). His liver has also been infected (reports attached) for which he is on strong antibiotics. He has retained both water and food and my baby boy is trying his best, staying strong (touchwood). I have shared an estimate which does not include the cost for his regular blood tests (but I have attached the reports) and he will stay at the medical boarding for next 7-10 days (which will increase the cost mentioned on the bill). His parvo serum was for Rs. 1200*5 (days) which will be added in the final bill. We all are trying our best under our capacity and so is Cookie and all the doctors/staff at Max Vets. Any contribution at the moment will help us with his treatment which needs to go smoothly and he deserves the best. (also, please share it within your network as much as you can). It's about a life here and he's too young to face this. Thank you!
























PARVO CASE- COOKIE (3 months old baby boy)

Estimate- INR 57,300 till 22nd September (this bill does not include the cost for blood tests, parvo serum i.e. INR 1200*5 days and remaining days cost for treatment and medical boarding). He still has 10 more days to go :(

Hi everyone. I hope you all remember Bholi and her lovely babies. It's been almost 2 weeks since we lost Coffee and it's hard to accept that he's no more jumping around us or throwing tantrums. Our baby left us too early. While we all were grieving for Coffee, his brother Cookie showed similar symptoms the next day and was immediately admitted at Max Vets (he puked water thrice). I am currently fostering his mother (Bholi) and have an indie son at home (P2) and my sister also has 4 furry babies so we can't keep Cookie until it's safe for all of them. He's currently at the contagious ward and has been responding to the treatment well (today it's 13th day at the hospital). His liver has also been infected (reports attached) for which he is on strong antibiotics. He has retained both water and food and my baby boy is trying his best, staying strong (touchwood). I have shared an estimate which does not include the cost for his regular blood tests (but I have attached the reports) and he will stay at the medical boarding for next 7-10 days (which will increase the cost mentioned on the bill). His parvo serum was for Rs. 1200*5 (days) which will be added in the final bill. We all are trying our best under our capacity and so is Cookie and all the doctors/staff at Max Vets. Any contribution at the moment will help us with his treatment which needs to go smoothly and he deserves the best. (also, please share it within your network as much as you can). It's about a life here and he's too young to face this. Thank you!
























6th August 2019
Hi everyone,

You all will be happy to know that 3 babies have been adopted and one is left. They all are still with us as we plan to separate them together on the same day. It's been almost 3.5 month journey. Babies are finally on rice, curd, cerelac, egg whites and chicken broth. They have been dewormed and are very active. I promise to update you all once the last baby has found a home. I have been doing multiple house checks and family counseling to avoid any future mishaps.


Thank you to each one of you who has contributed. I mean it. Our day to day expenses are so much (one packet curd, one box of cerelac which lasts for 1.5 day). This dog food was bought for Bholi as she's on a 3 meal course. Her reports stated that she was anemic but not she's healthy and all active.

 It's beautiful to see these souls doing so well and growing up so fast. All thanks to you guys. 
Hi everyone,

You all will be happy to know that 3 babies have been adopted and one is left. They all are still with us as we plan to separate them together on the same day. It's been almost 3.5 month journey. Babies are finally on rice, curd, cerelac, egg whites and chicken broth. They have been dewormed and are very active. I promise to update you all once the last baby has found a home. I have been doing multiple house checks and family counseling to avoid any future mishaps.


Thank you to each one of you who has contributed. I mean it. Our day to day expenses are so much (one packet curd, one box of cerelac which lasts for 1.5 day). This dog food was bought for Bholi as she's on a 3 meal course. Her reports stated that she was anemic but not she's healthy and all active.

 It's beautiful to see these souls doing so well and growing up so fast. All thanks to you guys. 
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Goal: Rs.95,000

Beneficiary: Nidhi Gupta info_outline

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