HPAN Helps Four Dejected Animals Find Healing in Rescue with $446.10

Four lucky animals have landed, for the time being, with Almost Home Animal Rescue.

Dogs, Indie and Rambo, came from bad situations. Indie had been shot. Part of the bullet was removed from her cheek, but the remainder is still near her spine where it will have to stay. She sustained ear drum damage from the shot, but she will be fine. We covered her vaccines, blood work, dewormer, and medication. Rambo was surrendered from a family who didn’t take care of him and didn’t want him. We covered his initial exam, vaccines, and dewormer.

Kitties, Jack Sparrow and Bean, have had equally troubling lives. Jack Sparrow had one eye when he came into rescue. His other eye became diseased, which means he lost it as well. The rescue raised funds for his surgery, and we were able to cover the remainder of his services: diagnostic fees. Bean was found as a stray and put into foster care. The foster couldn’t deal with his incontinence and surrendered him to Almost Home Animal Rescue. Their vet was perplexed and referred Bean to a specialist who thinks someone pulled his tail out of its socket, causing paralysis. We covered his specialty exam.

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