Last night just before I went to bed I thought I'd have one last try to see if we could find some foster homes for Rhona's pets.
For those of you not used to Twitter, it's a social networking site where you are limited to 140 characters in every message to write.
I sent a message to probably the King of the Twitterers @Wossy - Jonathan Ross.
I told him to read this blog and asked for him to reTweet the message to his followers.
As he must get thousands of messages every day as I pressed send I didn't imagine anything would happen - it would be lost in the Twittersphere.
I told others on Twitter I was off to bed, then suddenly noticed a lot of people retweeting my message.
Jonathan hadn't just told his followers about Rhona he had personally donated £500 on my Tailwaggers Just Giving page next to this blog!
He also sent a message saying sadly he already had so many pets he couldn't foster the himself but hoped the donation would help.
The publicity he gave to the case has also resulted in several very promising people coming forward who may be able to foster some of the pets.
I went to bed with the biggest smile on my face. In just a few days Rhona's situation is already looking a lot less bleak.
On a sad note, last night our secretary tried to call Rhona to check she was okay. There was no reply and Carol was very worried as she didn't have an exact address at that point.
Her hunch had been correct. Rhona had been unconscious in the kitchen, her diabetes has been getting more and more unstable as this growth has got bigger.
We now have her home address and we'll be checking she's okay in case this happens again.
It's obviously urgent that Rhona gets treated.
Please read the previous blogs for the whole story.
Jonathan Ross is so kind. I can't believe he found the time to read this little blog.
Just shows, messing around on the computer when you should be putting the kids to bed does make a differnce!