Because I will spend several hours and several days on the phone and through email with each individual in order to ensure that they are following the proper treatment protocol for their cat, answering questions, and making sure their cat is properly cared for before, during, and after treatment of the clot, please consider making a donation to support this cause. This study is not yet funded and is strictly volunteer, so I am not being paid to conduct the study or to help cats and cat parents. Donations will also allow me to maintain this website, afford domestic and international phone calls to advise individuals on what to do to dissolve their cat's blood clots and prevent future clots from developing. Donations are also needed for me to purchase the enzyme for anyone who needs it around the world who cannot obtain it. This will also help me afford the cost of shipping to these individuals. Until enough data is collected in this study for publication and a grant is obtained, I will be relying strictly on donations.
When this study is published, veterinarians around the world will finally learn about this treatment and stop needlessly euthanizing these amazing companions of ours. In the future, I hope to study treatments for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM). For now, I will deal with how to treat one of the most devastating symptoms of HCM- blood clots.