On January 19th, 2018, Vada took a harsh slip and began to drag her left hind leg. The next morning, she was taken to our local animal hospital for examining. What we thought was just a minor pull or tear, was so much more.
The x-rays revealed a severe fracture on Vada's left femur. This break revealed the answers to a very unexpected diagnosis, osteosarcoma (bone cancer). She's only 8 years young, and still resembling many of the same qualities of a puppy. So how could something like this happen so quickly?
Well with sudden emergencies, come immediate decisions. It was obvious Vada was in extreme pain, but yet such a will to live.
On January 23rd, Vada was taken in for surgery to have her leg amputated. She will have a long road to recovery, and multiple rounds of chemotherapy. Unfortunately, these kind of situations cannot be planned or prepared for. With the operation, chemo, and multiple follow-ups, and my sister being a single fur parent, every dollar would make a difference! Help Vada fight for her own victory! ❤
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