ELLA NEEDS RESCUE
$1,512 of $1,500 goal
Let's Help Ella get URGENT MEDICAL RESCUE !!
Ella is a 5 year old, 50 lb. female who JUST ARRIVED at Animal Care as a stray. This poor girl was wandering around a neighborhood and was ATTACKED by a residence dog when she wandered into their yard.
Poor Ella has multiple bites, scars and swelling around her neck. She is in a lot of pain and though she has been given pain medication she still has difficulty sitting and walking. It’s obvious from her face that she doesn’t feel good at all.
In order to get Ella the additional medical care she needs as urgently as possible, she is looking for immediate medical rescue. With this kind of incident Ella needs physical as well as emotional support and she needs it as soon as possible.
Please donate to Rescue save Ella. We are fundraising immediately for Ella, and will post when we have info on Rescue.
Her external wounds are healing well and this sweetheart is in GREAT spirits & is eating well ! She will be at the vet a few more days, so donations are still needed. Also, a Foster is needed so she can rest easy in a loving home for the remainder of her recovery. Please share for donations and a foster - and THANK YOU Friends - Sweet Ella was so worth saving! <3
We've raised our fundraiser goal to help poor Ella. Please share and give if you can. Thank you Friends.
So no rescue has stepped up yet? Does anyone have any affiliations? Will animal service release the dog to a private individual give the condition of tge dog? Highly doubt it. Usually these dogs will only be released to a rescue/rescue sponsored foster. More info please!!!!
posted out for foster
How is Ella doing now?
Friends, ELLA HAS RESCUE !! ♥ Little Paws of Love, in Broward County, FL, is on their way to the shelter at this very moment! Photos coming - Thank you everyone, and Thank you Little Paws !
No Rescue Yet. Some of her swelling has gone down, but she is a sore girl who needs A FOSTER so Rescue has somewhere to take her once her medical needs are taken care of. Any Fosters out there?