Thanks to you, ER pets get help!
Last night we were presented with 'hopeless' again and a request for euthanasia. Luckily we were given the chance to help this sweety. She weighs 12 oz, has very bad urine scald on her limbs, hookworms and fleas jumping off (as she was dying). Her red cells were only about 1/6th of what they should be, and beautiful Jacob (our other sweetheart) donated about 1 Tbsp (yes, this is one tiny girl!) of life-saving blood. Cindy Lou can now pick up her head and is eating!!! We are so hopeful for her.
Thank you everyone for always helping us be able to say yes!
When he arrived to us, he had lost 9 lbs (a whole cat!) and weighed in at a mere 27.7 lbs. He was in such a sad state. Still sweet, but quiet very uncomfortable and unable to walk.
After a few moments of thought and trying to decide what would be best for Chubbs, we made the decision to take him straight to surgery and give him a chance. That evening, he underwent a radical surgery to remove the diseased colon. For the next 4 weeks, it was not a pretty sight as the body learned to adapt. To put it politely, Chubbs could never be too far from his litterbox.
Today, he is doing so well. His personality is incredibly sweet. He is able to walk and has even a 'light' step when it's dinner time. Enjoy this video of him getting his daily weigh-in!
Thank you for all of your support to these dear creatures.
It's been a few months since I saw the video of Molly walking. How is she doing now?
Go Molly! Love you girl!
I love the picture of Molly smiling with the Santa hat . I feel that she is saying thank you my Christmas was made brighter with Molly in my life.
Hello, my name if Falisa hill, my Yorkshire was hit by a car. I'm finding it hard to raise money (6000.00) for him. please check out my profile. by the way Congrats on your dogs recovery. Thank you so much for any help you may be able to offer.
Molly's surgery went well according to NECN TV Boston. Here is a link and video about her recovery: http://www.necn.com/12/23/13/NH-dog-undergoes-successful-surgery-afte/landing.html?blockID=860453&feedID=11106 AND here is the link from Better Pets about her recovery: http://allbetterpets.org/category/molly/
How did Molly's surgery go yesterday? Is there an update somewhere? Thanks!
We were told to contact you as extra funds would be donated to other dogs in need. One of our current foster dogs (with Dachshund rescue and Pet Services in Connecticut) is having back surgery on a disk with recurring problems this Thursday. We need about $1,500 more. If you can help her link is www.wepay.com/donations/help-chloe , or you can mail a check to Eliot Jordan (check payable to DRPS) to PO Box 223 Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724 Thanks
What an awesome outpouring of love and funds to save Molly! I can hardly wait to follow the rest of her journey! Merry Christmas and thank you to our veterans for serving.
I live in Colorado but grew up in Mass. My mom told me about this story today and I am overwhelmed by the kindness of all who have donated to help Molly! While the goal has been reached, I still am going to donate what I can for the next treasured pet that is in need of help. My thoughts are with you tomorrow, Molly!
good luck tomorrow Molly. I will be thinking about you and sending lots of love and prayers
I'm so glad you raised so much money! This is amazing. I'm so happy to see people helping. Merry Christmas everyone. :)
Merry Christmas Molly....My dog Bear and I can't wait to chase a ball at the park if we ever get a chance..
Thank you and God Bless You, Dr. Deborah Kelloway Owner of Center for Advanced Veterinary Care Thank you for saving Molly. I live in San Diego, originally from Mass, and saw the story of Molly on the Internet. It just killed me to know how hurt she was. Bless you and all your helpers, and the surgeon that came to help. You have restored my faith in humanity. Blessings to you.
I hope each and every one of you is specially blessed this season for your overwhelming generosity in saving Molly. You've all shown the best of mankind in this gesture.
33 thousand dollars in 2 days! absolutely incredible. if there's any way you can post some pictures of molly's updates, especially after she is reunited with her owner, I'm sure everyone would appreciate it. faith in humanity = restored.
I am so happy to hear that Molly and her owner will have a Merry Christmas. I cried when I read the story. I am a dog lover. I have 3 dogs ofmy own and couldn't imagine my life without them. Merry Christmas Molly! You are a beautiful girl and deserve a happy life with your wonderful owner.
So happy to hear you've raised you goal. Molly is so lucky! She is saved, unlike the many others, Lets try and donate to help the ones sitting in shelters looking for a little help. Donate and help save another life!
I love the idea of setting up a fund for the care of the pets of veterans! As the proud mother of a veteran and an animal lover I am passionate about both!
This is awesome news.....this story broke my heart ( owning 2 dogs myself ). I am so glad molly will still be with us and be back with her owner.
WOW!! Great news for Molly and her Dad!! I'm so pleased to see such a response from everyone. I was thinking maybe the left over funds could be put aside and used for other Vets and their pets! They have done so much for all of us and deserve our thanks and support when they need it. Happy Holidays to all Vets and thank you so much for your service to this country and the sacrifices you and your families have made. Best wishes for a safe and happy holiday season!!