...and Aella jumped out of the window.
Thank God I found her back - alive. She sat in a corner, not moving at all, looking at me with big eyes. At first she seemed pretty okay. She still used all fours to walk around and seemed alert. Good old laser dot was still interesting for her. Until I noticed she was breathing hard and she peed blood.
I took her to the vet. They made Xrays and it turns out one of her lungs burst. As I'm typing this my dear girl is in an oxygen tank and the vets are pumping the air outside her lungs had away. She has to stay for a few days, and I don't even know the cause of her peeing blood yet. All I can do is hope for the best; please let it be a broken vein and nothing worse...
The vet costs are running high already. I hate begging but I'm desperate. Aella isn't even one year old yet and she's so dear to me, I can't lose her. Times have been tough enough lately.
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If you can't or don't want to donate feel free to share the word. Update: Thanks to your donations a big part of Aella's vet bill is covered. Words cannot express how grateful I am. The last three months have been very hard for me, and this is a huge highlight that makes me able to look forward to the future a bit more. Without your help I would have had to give up school, after picking up the courage to finally finish my education after years of personal issues.
Aella came home yesterday. Her popped lung is working again and she has no further internal damage. The bandage on her paw is merely for a little bleeding wound from the injection needles. As for today we could get rid of Aella's cone of shame. She stopped throwing up and is slowly starting to appear more active and awake. She's still on painkillers and antibiotics, but my little fighter is alive and well.
Again, thank you all so much for your support. I couldn't have done it without your help.
I will be thanking everyone who commented, shared and donated personally as well.