Two of our subjects have come to us in a very wounded and critical state this month.
One is a dog named Nala who was surrendered to us by the owners who claimed something was wrong. The dog was bleeding from its back end and trembling when she stood. A visit to the vet revealed she had kidney stones and we sent her into surgery where three giant kidney stones were removed. She's such a sweet dog and now that she's gone through surgery she's living the quality of life she deserves!
Our other critical care animal was a transfer in from a kill shelter. He had a terrible open wound on his neck that was raw and bleeding. We transfered him to our shelter and have been giving him undivided medical attention which is slowly healing his wound. He has a great positive attitude and a sweet disposition as well and would make a great pet for a forever family once he's healed.
This care was possible because we received donations during this difficult time from donors who haven't forgotten the critical needs of our shelter animals.
We have always relied and depended on the dedication of our donors, who have always provided for the needs of our shelter. During this time, we're asking for your remarkable assistance in order to continue to provide for the intake of young animals as we well as the ones already in shelter.
Any donation is appreciated and all donations provide for our animals. We want to boldly ask if you'll consider a donation of support. Can our animals depend on you as they always have?
With a donation of $10, $20, or $50 your impact can change the outlook for one animal.
Nala with the Kidney Stones Removed