HPAN Pays $300 for Big Ben

Big Ben was abandoned by his owner as a puppy. He survived by going house to house for food in his neighborhood and quickly became feral. When one of the neighbors noticed his collar was deeply embedded in his neck, he called animal control and a trap was set. Big Ben was taken to the shelter and found to be in serious condition. Halos Second Chance Animal Rescue stepped up to pull Big Ben and get him to the vet. He underwent a long and tedious surgery to remove the collar and save as much tissue as possible. We kicked in $300 on his vet bill.

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Helping hurting, homeless and hungry animals in the Anderson County, TN area.
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