Harpurr had a urinary obstruction on a Sunday, so his family took him to Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Services, where he was unblocked and it was discovered he had many bladder stones. His family was able to move him to their regular general practice vet later in the week. Harpurr, being a cat and not understanding what was happening, ripped out his catheter and subsequently came down with a urinary tract infection. After many days of hospitalization and treatment, Harpurr finally came home to recover. As you can imagine, the bills were very high, and his family wasn’t sure how’d they pay them all off. Rochester Hope for Pets helped ease the family’s burden, thanks to the committment of many amazing donors like you and our friends at Nutramax!