Owner left with $20,000 vet bill refuses to let dog passes, raises money to save her life

What would you do to save the life of your pet?Many pet owners have scraped together enough money to cover even the most expensive vet bills if it means keeping their best friend alive.One man recently faced a $20,000 vet bill to save his beloved dog, and he was willing to sell his house to make it happen.
But, thankfully, a miracle occurred.Jaxon Feeley of Wigan, England, owns a 2-year-old Weimaraner named Rambo, and last month he went through every dog owner’s worst nightmare when the young dog became seriously ill.”She began vomiting over 30 times throughout the night, and by Saturday morning, we were in the emergency vets,” Feeley wrote.

The dog was in intensive care for several days, and while her condition stabilized, her medical bills quickly began to mount.”Rambo’s insurance covered her up to £6500.”After one week in care, her bill has risen to £11,500,” Feeley wrote.”It is unknown how long Rambo will need to stay at the vets and intensive care costs is approximately £1000 per day.If the worst happens and Rambo requires major surgery, I need to be able to cover the cost of this as well as the aftercare for my little baby girl.”

Despite the exorbitant cost, Feeley stated that he would go to any length to provide his beloved pet with the care she requires, even if it meant selling his own home to do so.”There was no way in hell I was ever going to give up on this gorgeous girl, she is just a little baby, with a desire to live and be happy with her big brother Rocky and the Feeleys,” wrote the owner.

He didn’t have to, thanks to the kindness of strangers.He set up a GoFundMe account and told the story of Rambo, and many people were moved to donate.It raised far more than Feeley could have imagined: as of this writing, the fundraiser had raised more than £25,000, more than doubling the initial £10,000 goal.Feeley got even better news: Rambo’s condition improved to the point where she could finally return home, he wrote in a February 4 update.

“Over the last 3 days, Rambo has pulled off a miracle, hour by hour she has increased her oxygen efficiency, started eating and drinking, her lungs are slowly recovering and we started to see that beautiful little personality resurface.
She got into such a routine of seeing me for 10 minutes every 4 hours that she knew which corner of the waiting room to look for me in.”Feeley and Rambo are now together at home, and thanks to the generosity of strangers, they will be able to afford any care Rambo requires.