Spotlight: Help a Kitty Cat with No Butthole

by Leonard Chan
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Dora the cat with no butthole needs your help
written by Leonard Chan
My home is a foster home for cats. For whatever reason, we get some of the more “difficult cases”, i.e. cats with spinal injuries, amputees, etc. But our latest addition, Dora, is something even we’ve never seen before.
In every other way, Dora is a normal kitten. She comes for cuddles. She chases toys. She flops for belly rubs. But…
… she has no butthole.
I’ll say that again.
She has no butthole.
You see, Dora was born with an incredibly rare birth defect: an Imperforate Anus.
Whilst also being an excellent name for a punk band, an Imperforate Anus means that in the eight weeks she’s been alive, Dora hasn’t pooped. She wants to poop. But she can’t. Which, if you’ve ever had to poop (AND IF YOU HAVEN’T GET THAT CHECKED), you know how painful that can be.
Luckily, through some very generous donations, we’ve managed to pay for a life-saving surgery and, in what might be the first case ever of a girl’s life being improved by the addition of an asshole, Dora now has a bum.
Despite getting the surgery, Dora will need extensive aftercare, follow-ups, and continuing treatment. And even though she has a hole, there’s no sphincter, so I envision a future of endless laundry. As part of the Annex Cat Rescue organization, Dora’s care relies entirely on donations and we could use all the help and detergent we can get.
If you have the means, please feel free to donate below.
Thank you for your time and, to those who donated, Dora thanks you for her new butthole. #ANewHoleWorld
This is a promotional fundraising post by Leonard Chan

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