Donald K Allen Veterinarian

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Donald K Allen Veterinarian
Donald K Allen Veterinarian is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Youngstown, Ohio. Displayed below is the only current social network for Donald K Allen Veterinarian which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Donald K Allen Veterinarian on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 79.

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4501 Market St
Youngstown, OH 44512
(330) 782-7333
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We want to thank Casper and his mommy for the beautiful flowers from Dick Adgate Florest.

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Dr. Donald K Allen Veterinarian Inc. shared West Side Cats's photo.
Gotta have a Weebles update!!! Our favorite girly girl is doing FABULOUS!!!!! Today she was pacing in front of her door meowing for her morning nums, and after eating she used her litter pan like a good girl, then hopped back into her heated bed and made much happy feet. We also had something pretty awesome happen regarding Weebles this afternoon when we got a phone call from a West Side Cats Facebook reader in Colorado. He has been dealing with a cat with eating issues and thought he'd call us and tell us what has been working for his kitty. How cool is that? People can really be amazing, can't they? And it's great to know that there are people all over who love cats as much as I do! Anyway, back to our Weebles update. She managed to eat one and a half cans of her favorite Wellness Kitten - very watered down, of course - and we left her with the other half can to get through the night. She has not vomited since being at the Vet's office and we are very gradually increasing her intake of food. Her purr is nonstop, and everybody who meets her falls madly in love. She could use a loving and patient foster home with somebody who has time to deal with her slow, steady feeding requirements. She will be the best foster cat you've ever met, and I'll lay heavy odds whoever is lucky enough to become her foster will foster fail!

Dr. Donald K Allen Veterinarian Inc. shared West Side Cats's photo.
Weebles update!!! When I got to the shelter this morning I entered the clinic with teeth gritted while repeating the mantra "I will not cry!" over and over. I was more than half certain I'd find her cage empty of life. I mean, she really looked that bad when I left last night. I ended up crying a bit, because she was standing up pacing by her door and telling me in no uncertain terms exactly what she thought of that whole "no food" thing the doctor had ordered for her. I wanted to turn her loose on a giant bowl of fishy food- but I behaved. A half spoonful of Wellness Kitten was carefully liquified in warm water and Weebles was off and running. Every hour throughout the day she got another small serving. About 8 I gave her a double portion and was thrilled to see her eat conservatively, not finishing her portion at once. So when I left at ten I gave her the rest of the can, and she ate a few bites before settling into her heated bed. We'll see how well she did with it in the morning. We do have an alert issued for this cat. If you spend any kind of time with her you will fall madly in love. You've been warned!!!

Dr. Donald K Allen Veterinarian Inc. shared West Side Cats's photo.
Weebles is a beautiful and affectionate cat who has had a run of terrible luck. Lost in the large and frightening world of "outside" she found herself trapped in a sewer pipe below ground. She could see and hear the world through the impossible-to-reach grate above her, but she had no way to free herself. Days passed and grew into weeks, and Weebles managed to drink enough to stay alive. She was in a state of such extreme starvation that her body began breaking down things that were never meant to be broken down, and she became a fur-draped skeleton shivering below that grate, meowing for help. Finally today a young couple heard her cries and located her. They returned with a rope and a crowbar and managed to get her out of the sewer pipe, but had no means to take her to a vet. So they called West Side Cats. Within half an hour of arriving at the shelter she was in the capable hands of Dr. Allen's associate, Dr. Clipse. She has been tested and given fluids and her internal - and external - critters have been dealt with. That was the easy part. Weebles was unable to hold down even a tiny amount of food, so tonight we rest her stomach and tomorrow morning we try her again with a miniscule amount of watered down food she can lap. Then wait an hour or two and try it again. Weebles is going to have a long and slow recovery, but this beauty is worth every drop of blood, sweat, and tears she is going to cost. Would you be willing to help? Donations can be made via paypal to westsidecats@yahoo.com. Checks can also be mailed to the shelter at: West Side Cats 2217 Mahoning Ave. Youngstown, Ohio 44509. Even better, bring your donation by in person and meed this lovely soul for yourself!