My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Sams Hope, Wyndmoor, PA, USA
Marianne has been a blessing to my cat, Oliver, and I. Oliver just turned one a month ago, but I noticed a strange lump in his mouth. After several different vet visits, Oliver was diagnosed with an odonotogenic tumor. This tumor arises from the formation of the teeth, and though it is considered benign, it is locally invasive. When we received his diagnosis I was told that without surgery the tumor will continue to grow and ultimately prevent him from opening his mouth or eating. The vet gave him a few months to live without the surgery. Being a college student and coming from a low-income family, I immediately panicked at the thought that my cat's life was on the line due to me not being able to afford a surgery. He is such a sweetheart and deserves to live a long, healthy life. I reached out to Marianne at Sam's Hope and she was extremely kind and helpful. She was in touch with me almost everyday with new resources and ideas to help Oliver. Sam's Hope helped to make it possible for me to schedule Oliver's surgery that will save his life. I am forever grateful to Marianne and Sam's Hope.