Help Us Save Spartacus
Although we knew that the procedures would be expensive and complicated, we also knew that Spartacus had nowhere else to turn. Local authorities refused to intervene, and his ‘owner’ was not going to pay for medical treatment. On January 2, Sedona took Spartacus into our program and immediately scheduled him to have surgery two days later. Repairing the hernia was an even more difficult procedure because it had been left untreated for so long. His stay at the veterinary hospital had been extended as he ran into a number of complications. Spartacus has a trusting and sweet disposition. The unexpected complications have stretched our finances. Please help us continue to give Spartacus the necessary care he needs to finally have a chance to live a happy life with a family that will love him and always care for him. We have set up a YouCaring page to help raise funds to pay specifically for Spartacus veterinary bills.