I am taking Nitro in to be seen this morning

Nitro is not eating. He wouldn’t eat his breakfast this morning.

I am very worried about him. I rang the vet to ask if they take a payment plan, they don’t.

However, the receptionist told me that the vets are very helpful, and that if I explain my situation to them, they’ll do all they can to work out some sort of plan.

So I made an appointment to go in, and I’m going in for 11 AM.

I have a little bit of money, enough to pay for some meds, and the consultation fee.

I am hoping they’ll make a plan with me, and let me pay what I am able to afford today.

Please pray that Nitro will be ok!

At least I have insurance, so that if they need to do x-rays, bloods, etc. that will cover that.

Guys I am sick with worry! And I didn’t get a wink of sleep.

Please pray hard!

I need a miracle!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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