Welcome to Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance
We are a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Charity Organization (EIN #16-1624014) that provides emergency financial assistance to cat and kitten guardians who are unable to afford veterinary services to save their companion with Vaccine Associated Sarcoma (VAS), also referred to as Injection Site Sarcoma (ISS). Additionally, we share some caregiving experiences and offer some general insights into cats based on our practical experience.
VAS is a group of cancers caused by vaccinations. Please see the Kobi’s Fund Page for details.
PLEASE NOTE: We are accepting applications for Kobi Fund for Vaccine Associated Sarcoma (VAS) only. We apologize if we are unable to help for other situations. Please do not use application for any other purpose as we will not be able to respond. Thank you.
We thank you for your support and generosity!
As pet parents ourselves, we aim to keep this site available and updated with new articles pertaining to every aspect of your cat’s life, whether it’s preventive care, grooming, or behavior and training.
Our Board of Directors
Michael H. Bose
Veterinarian (DVM) – Director of Operations
Hello, I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from Fort Hays State University and am currently pursuing my postgraduate studies. After a tragic incident that resulted in the loss of my two cats, combined with my passion and desire to help animals, I decided to establish a fundraising organization aimed at providing emergency support to cat owners facing difficulties.
Jody C. Green
I previously studied at the University of California and earned an M.F.A degree. I have actively participated in various nonprofit fundraising programs for over 14 years. At home, I also have 2 cats, which is one of the reasons I became involved with the organization, serving as the treasurer.
(DVM) – Author
I am Amy Sawy, a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) graduate from the Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. My husband, Dr. Plummer, and I own a veterinary clinic in Phillipsburg, Kansas. In addition to my professional background, I am a devoted pet owner myself, with a household that includes dogs, rodents, and most notably, cats – a total of five felines in my home.
In 2020, I joined an organization as a writer, leveraging my experience and collaborating with my team to deliver the most valuable information for your cat’s care.
(DVM) – Fact-checker
Similar to Amy Sawy, my wife and I pursued our veterinary studies at the Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. After several years of practice, we established a veterinary clinic in Kansas. When Michael extended an invitation with a vision that went beyond emergency support – sharing of caregiving information for guardians to create the best living environment for cats, I didn’t hesitate to join the organization.
My role here involves verifying the information presented on the official website. With my experience, I believe the information provided is entirely accurate. If you have any concerns, please feel free to reach out to me