A Good Samaritan found poor Moro on the side in the street and came to his aid. Seeing that he needed care she reached out to Nevada SPCA for help. Due to his condition and his tiny size, he needed some extra special care. The staff at Craig Road Animal Hospital were able to get little Moro in for immediate care and the little guy had to stay at the vet for a few days. Moro needed aggressive treatment for his eye and he still isn’t out of the woods yet. There is the potential if the treatment course is not able to heal his eye he may need surgery.
Little Moro is currently out of the hospital and in a loving foster home for some much needed TLC. Please follow his progress here!
Click here to contribute to Moro’s care. At times, critical need funds will raise more than this pet needs. When this happens, please rest assured that excess gifts will be used to help other pets in need at Nevada SPCA.
Moro’s eye required surgery and the procedure was completed at Craig Road Animal Hospital with their caring staff. His medical costs were covered by Nevada SPCA’s Critical Need Fund. He will continue to post-op care in his foster home.
Moro has a home of his own!
After being found sick and struggling off the side of the road by a Good Samaritan, Moro is now a very healthy and happy kitten. By supporting the Critical Need Fund more pets like Moro can have a second chance!