We have stopped donations to this fund as we now have enough money to support Noel's needs!!! (Yes, we named her Noel!) We are so grateful for your love and support - there are no words to express what your kindness has meant to this precious little gem of a puppy. She is truly the sweetest and most adorable little dog and we love her to bits!
Unfortunately due to inappropriate remarks from a "troll", we had to disable comments on here, however I would love to stay in contact with all of you who have shown support so I can keep you updated on "Noel's" progress. Please 'friend' me on Facebook where I can monitor posts more closely. Brian and I are so grateful for the massive amount of support we have received from family, friends and total strangers, for our little Noel... she has truly been an inspiration to us and we are already head over heels in love with her! After a long day of driving to Ohio with my friend Stacey to meet with specialists, they told us that her prognosis looks very good! They feel they will be able to save both her legs. She is due to have surgery today, so we should have more information by the end of the day. Thank you again for your love and support for Noel. She is one lucky little dog! My Facebook address is: https://www.facebook.com/jenny.fedei See you there!
Met with the adorable Ashley Doerzbacher, reporter from Channel 12 WICU tonight, Vet nurse Mary & our lovable puppy, the star of the show, during our interview at Glenwood. It aired on the early news. I'll see if I can obtain a clip from them later and upload to Facebook. We have raised to date $2,680.00! We have an offer to help with expenses for reconstructive surgery if we take her to Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine. It's in Columbus about 5 hours away. Tomorrow we find out more information. Still much work ahead for this precious little puppy. Her front leg is still in need of repair and the hind leg doesn't look good, but she's a trooper and a precious little gem. I'm in love with her already. If no one claims her tomorrow, she's ours!
Brian and I will be interviewing with our local news team, WICU, tonight!!! As of now, we have enough money to pay for her amputation. If we want to take it to the next level and elect for reconstructive surgery to 'save' her leg, then we will need to raise in excess of $4,000.00 I'm told. She would have to be taken to a specialist in Pittsburgh so the costs are enormous. I just spoke with Glenwood again a few minutes ago... at this juncture it looks like they will likely go with Brian and I. There is still one more hurdle to cross. They have to wait the full 7 days to declare her legally abandoned, and then there is paperwork involved. After that, if we want her, they know the level of commitment we have shown toward her and we would be the likely candidates. Nothing of course is cut in stone, but looking good so far. I'm a bit nervous about being on camera, but will do whatever it takes to raise funding for this pup. She's a precious little dog. Her future looks bright at this point! Please keep us all in your prayers, that God will go before us and thank you everyone for your prayers and support!
Good morning everyone!! Update on "Puppy Jane Doe"... over night we have raised $1,120.00!!! Amazing! We are half way there!! Another bit of news.... I just got off the phone with Glenwood Pet Hospital and was told there is another party who also wants her, so there is the possibility that she may end up in another home. Huge disappointment because we really do want her. Our intent is to get her on her feet again and back to good health, at which point we are looking to enroll her into a 'Therapy Dog" Training program, where we would take her out to elder care facilities, Children's homes & hospitals, homes for the disabled, book stores etc.. Her story of survival could be a real inspiration to so many. However, all that stated, we are putting our trust in the Lord to put her in the right place. Even if it's not our home, we are happy that we were able to help raise funds to cover her medical expenses, which are extensive. We will of course forward all money donated on her behalf to Glenwood Pet Hospital. From what I understand the Vets are meeting sometime today to discuss her placement. I'll let everyone know as soon as I hear back. I hope they pick us, but if not, then that's OK too. We just want what's best for her.
Please continue to post links to her Facebook page and Go Fund Me account so we can continue on with fundraising efforts. Blessings to everyone who has helped us! xo ~ Jenny Fedei
Thanks to everyone who has donated thus far! I'm blown away by your generosity. We have $615.00 plus $20.00 that a kind lady handed me tonight at the Pet Hospital! We still need around $1,400.00 to reach our goal so she can have the amputation ($1100.00 of it by Wednesday to they can begin surgery). I called WICU & Jet TV tonight and sent them an email requesting news coverage. Please pray that they cover Jane's story so we can continue to raise support for her legs. She is a sweet little dog with a lovely disposition. Brian and I have been talking about getting her trained to become a 'Therapy Dog' once she has recovered from her injuries and is functional again. She would be such an inspiration to so many! Already she has touched our lives beyond measure. We have been trying to bless her, but in truth she is blessing us! Please continue to share on Facebook with your other friends and help spread the word. Hugs to all... Jenny :)
P.S. If by chance we were fortunate enough to raise beyond our goal, after her expenses are deducted, we will donate the remainder of the funds to the Anna Shelter in Erie.
UPDATE 12-10-13: Brian and I will be interviewing with our local news team, WICU, tonight!!! As of now, we have enough money to pay for her amputation. If we want to take it to the next level and elect for reconstructive surgery to 'save' her leg, then we will need to raise in excess of $4,000.00 I'm told. She would have to be taken to a specialist in Pittsburgh so the costs are enormous. I just spoke with Glenwood again a few minutes ago... at this juncture it looks like they will likely go with Brian and I. There is still one more hurdle to cross. They have to wait the full 7 days to declare her legally abandoned, and then there is paperwork involved. After that, if we want her, they know the level of commitment we have shown toward her and we would be the likely candidates. Nothing of course is cut in stone, but looking good so far. I'm a bit nervous about being on camera, but will do whatever it takes to raise funding for this pup. She's a precious little dog. Her future looks bright at this point! Please keep us all in your prayers, that God will go before us and thank you everyone for your prayers and support!
Give an injured puppy a new home for Christmas: On December 5th this sweet little puppy was hit by a car on the Bayfront in Erie, Pennsylvania. She was rescued by a good Samaritan and brought to Glenwood Pet Hospital on Peach Street where she is currently receiving treatment for two broken legs. They have been able to make her more comfortable by putting a temporary splint on one of the fractures of her front leg, however the rear right leg will need to be amputated unless she undergoes a very costly surgery. I've been told it would be in excess of $4,000.00!! I heard about this through the Erie Animal Network and my heart instantly went out to her. Glenwood Hospital tells me that pain medicine has been continuous, however, she still remains to be happy while wagging her tail and getting love from staff members. To date no owners have come forth. I was told today that unless someone takes ownership of her by Wednesday, she will likely be put down. My husband and I would love to give her a good home, but we can't afford the medical bills at this time. The MINIMUM would run us around $2,000.00.. and that would be if they amputated her leg. It would include weekly visits to check the dressings, x-rays, etc.. for 5 - 6 weeks. Although trying to save her leg would run us in excess of $4,000.00, at this point, we would take her under any condition, with saving her leg as being the optimum choice of course! If we can raise at least $2,000.00 we can save Jane's life and give her a new home here with us. Please pass this along to all of your dog loving friends ASAP. If I can raise at least $1100.00 in the next two days, we can arrange for payments for the rest as well as continue to rely on fundraising to offset the cost of Jane's medical expenses. Please contact me on Facebook if you have any questions. I hate to see this little puppy put down. She deserve a good home.
My heart goes out to this little pup! I do not understand how anyone would hurt an animal or consciously allow them to be hurt. As anyone would tell you who knows me, I LOVE dogs, cats, any animal! I hope your goal is met, and I would love to meet this pooch someday! I think my pooches would lover her, too!!
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