Delilah, a helpless 2-year-old Himalayan cat, was found in an empty apartment by the superintendent – one month after the tenants had moved out. Delilah had been alone without food, water and love for days. It was a miracle she did not die.
When this playful four-month-old pup arrived at the Ottawa Humane Society, it was clear that she was in a lot of pain. Her sad cries and limping gait pointed right away to a broken leg: X-rays revealed that Luna’s hind left leg was broken, with an injury called a “tibial tuberosity avulsion fracture”.
Critical Care is like the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in a hospital. The lights are lowered, the quiet beep of an IV drip can be heard, and staff talk in whispers. Here reside the animals of our Buddy & Belle Medical Emergency fund: these are animals who need to be monitored by veterinary technicians (nurses) and veterinarians. Almost all are on medications: pain control, antibiotics, and sedatives. Their lives hang in balance: donors like you make the diligent care and medical intervention they desperately need possible.
You can be their hope for a second chance at life.
Above you can learn about some of the Buddy & Belle Medical Emergency animals and grant their second chance with your gift today.