This winter, Elsa will need pellets to get by!
Ondine is a twenty-year-old cat who was the victim of a poisoning attempt. As a result, not only did she lose her teeth, but her trachea was also burned. Eating and swallowing are still very painful for her, even years later!
In order to eat without too much suffering, Ondine would need canned food. This way, she could regain strength without having to chew, while also avoiding the development of new health problems. This type of food is designed to delay the onset of age-related issues, such as kidney failure or diabetes.
The association has such a limited budget that volunteers are increasingly dipping into their own pockets. Pellets are essential for us, as many of our horses are old and need supplementation...