Siri is a 6 month old kitty who was taken in by Happy Tailz Cat Rescue on 05/27/2020. He had been with another rescue for a while before that, but when they needed help with his vet care, they contacted us. We took met him for the first time on 05/27 at 7am in our vets parking lot where he was being dropped off for testing. He had been experiencing significant ataxia, coordination issues, couldn't walk well, and had to be hand fed for a couple weeks... He lost a significant amount of weight and would posture (stiff muscles resulting in leg/neck tightness in strange positions) constantly. When they asked us to take him in, we really couldn't say no. So they met us with him at 7am and he was dropped off with our vet. We ran a ton of bloodwork and our vet kept him for 48hrs. When we went to pick him up we got the news that his Toxoplasmosis Titre was negative, but his Corona (the virus that can mutate into FIP. Not to be confused with human coronavirus, He is NOT positive for that, just the FELINE Coronavirus) test was extremely high. He was officially diagnosed with Neuro FIP today (05/29/2020). FIP used to be a death sentence 100% of the time. Thankfully, we know of a drug that treats FIP and were prepared to get his first dose even before we were told he had FIP. It was a worse case contingency and unfortunately it came true... He had his first dose this evening at 6:30PM on 05/29/2020. This medication took a 100% fatal disease and now made it 85% survivable. However, Siri is complicated because he is a Neuro case. This means he must get DOUBLE the normal dose to have a chance, now he is on even higher than double due to relapsing already... By day 3 starting treatment Siri was able to sit like a normal cat and was more alert. Day 5 he started "walking" (slinking low to the ground) again. Day 6 he was talking up a strom. Then day 12... He stopped eating. Upped dosage. Day 14 stopped walking. Day 15 prone and glazed again... We must switch to a brand that has shown to work with severe neurological relapses, but it is A LOT more expensive. $1,752 a month... For 2 more months minimum... Most likely more. We took Siri in knowing he was a complicated case, but this type of treatment is exorbitant, especially for a non-profit with other sick and injured cats. We need your help to save Siri. Will you help us save Siri? We CANNOT do this without your help. Please consider donating, and sharing, to help us help Siri beat FIP!