The Blount County Humane Society, a non-profit group, has many animals in foster care. When they put out a call for help for little Hector, we had to step in. He had been hit by a car in late October and sustained serious injuries, which included a broken pelvis. Because his injury was repairable, they decided to get him the care he needed. Immediately, they launched a GoFundMe site, and donations started pouring in. HPAN contributed $250 toward the $2000 needed.
When Helping Paws Animal Network heard about this poor baby, we contributed $200 towards his care. Here is the story as it came to us…
Cheeto was discarded on the side of the road like trash. Many drove right past him, assuming he was dead until a kind soul saw him lift his head ever so slightly and stopped. He was rushed to the emergency vet, where it was determined he could be stabilized. He has a very heavy parasite load, very underweight, and dehydrated. He is missing a lot of hair and his coat and skin are a mess from mange left untreated for quite some time. His person just didn’t do anything right for this poor guy, but thanks to the good Samaritan and Blount County Humane Society he has brighter days ahead. Cheeto will be available for adoption once he is healthy again.
Will you share Cheeto’s story and donate towards his care?