Honey Boo Boo

Doggies

  • $1,750.00

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Honey Boo Boo is sick

This poor little girl has been through a lot of treatments. She has an immune disorder where he body attacks it's own red blood cells( Immune Mediated Anemia). She almost died, but was saved with a blood transfusion.

This initial treatment was quite expensive, thousands of dollars, and her owner spent nearly all her money on it. Her owner Jodie is deaf and lives on disability payments, so she does not have much spare money, and the blood transfusion and initial medications left her broke.

But there is some good news. Honey Boo Boo has responded well to the transfusion, but the medications she is on have serious side effects, including causing diabetes. She needs regular blood tests and monitoring so that her vet can lower the medications, but without cause the immune problem to return. This process will take months, and is costly.

How we can help Honey Boo Boo

She needs a steady pool of funding so that the vet can get her regular blood tests, both for red blood cell count and for general organ function. She cannot stay on the medications she is on at the current dosage level too long, or she will develop other serious problems. Her mom has had to skip a few appointments and do less testing because she just cannot afford the costs anymore, she simply does not have the money.

Your donation to Honey Boo Boo goes only to her! We only pay the donations to the vet! It is the closest you can come to paying money to Honey Boo Boo and her putting it under her pillow! Her owner Jodie has really struggled and done all she can to get Honey Boo Boo the treatment necessary. As you might imagine it is difficult for someone deaf and with limited income to deal with such serious medical issues. You can also help by sharing this page with your friends on Facebook and other social media, thank you!

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