7/12 update: GOAL REACHED!
It was a typical Sunday for one good Samaritan who was on the way to church when they spotted Angelo. He was emaciated, laying in the street, with half of his face severely wounded and infected. Angelo came into our clinic’s care through our PASS (Positive Alternatives to Shelter Surrender) program. Our veternarians started him on IV fluids and strong antibiotics, began cleaning his wounds, and slowly introduced him to food so he wouldn’t get sick after not eating for a while.
A few days later, he totally turned around. Now he is bright, happy, and eating! He is with a well-seasoned foster of ours and is on the road to recovery. His treatment plan following his initial intake includes the removal of his eye (enucleation) and wound treatment. After that, he will be ready for adoption!
Angelo’s story is one of a kind and so is he. We want to ensure the fastest recovery possible, and we need you to chip-in to ensure that happens.
*At times a chip-in fund will raise more than a pet needs. When this happens, rest assured that excess gifts will be used to help another pet in need of your assistance! Thank you for helping us help pets!