Molly's Fund

Molly's Fund

When Molly came into our care after being hit by a car, she couldn’t stand unsupported or lift her tail.

Despite being in extreme pain, her sweet nature shone through, as she gratefully responded to the compassion shown by our team with quiet purrs.

Xrays conducted under general anaesthetic confirmed a pelvic fracture.

Molly spent a week in our vet centre on high levels of pain relief, where the team could keep a close eye on her. She’s doing well, but isn’t out of the woods yet, and she needs your help.

Will you shower this sweet girl with love, and help her get back on her feet?

We are hopeful that the fracture will heal without surgical intervention, but it will require extensive cage rest in foster care, follow up xrays, ongoing pain mediation and lots of TLC.

These costs quickly add up, and as a community-funded charity, we rely on animal lovers like you to ensure we can be there for animals like Molly in their time of greatest need.

With your kindness, this beautiful young cat can look forward to a full, happy life ahead, in the comfort and safety of a loving home.

Thank you for contributing what you can to Molly’s Emergency Fund, to help cover the costs of her vital treatment and rehabilitation.

*The goal for Molly’s fundraiser includes the cost of xrays under anaesthetic, pain relief, medications, hospitalisation, and rehabilitation. If her medical and care costs are less than is raised in her name, additional funds will provide care for other animals in need.


raised of $2,000 goal

Campaign progress

  • Goal: $2,000
  • Achieved: 122.9%
  • Days left: 0
  • No. donors: 63
  • Av. amount: $39

Thank you for your donation!

Your kindness will make a huge difference to the safety and wellbeing of animals in South Australia.

Do you have friends, family or colleagues who might also want to help? Why not share news of your donation via social media. Every donation we receive goes a long way to expanding the work of RSPCA South Australia.

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