1/21 update: GOAL REACHED!
Molly is a quiet, affectionate gal who’s had it ‘ruff.’ She was brought to us through the Positive Alternatives to Shelter Surrender (PASS) program, where she was found as a stray. At just three years old, she was being bullied and abused by another pack of dogs, due to her face deformity.
Molly has an infected hole in her face where her eyeball should be, connecting her eye socket to her oral cavity. When her rescuer first fed her, she discovered that the treats were coming out of the eye socket, meaning Molly wasn’t getting the nutrition she needs.
Our clinic team sent out x-rays and an ultrasound to an orthopedic surgeon, who is going to attempt a repair. Can you chip in to help us afford this surgery for pets just like Molly?
*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!