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The Arrow Fund was contacted about a starving dog that was starting to visibly decline. They immediately said yes and she was transported to an Emergency Vet Hospital under 24 hour care. Lily needed fluids immediately and a blood transfusion to stabilize her or she would have died. Sadly her story gets even worse. She is a senior who was used as a breeding dog for years and years then dumped to die after she stopped making money for the breeder.
Lily has several masses which doctors have aspirated and will get pathology reports back soon. She is anemic. Her white cells are high. She also has elevated kidney and liver values. Her body had started to shut down.
An ultrasound and radiographs have been done. Lily has a body scale 1 of 9 which means she is severely emaciated. She has been started on a scheduled feeding plan of very small meals several times a day to make sure she can tolerate food properly. Lily has had most likely many litters which also has taken a toll on her frail body . Several teeth are missing and many ground completely down.
Lily is so gentle. Her sweet kisses just melt your heart! Also, whenever you stop petting her she looks deep into your eyes and gently puts her paw on you to ask you to continue. This girl did not deserve this degree of neglect... no animal does. But the Arrow Fund cannot save her without your help. She will have weeks in the hospital costing the nonprofit hundreds if not thousands of dollars.
This is where we are asking for your help! We have partnered with The Arrow Fund to create the animal saving shirts, sweaters and accessories to raise the funds needed to save Lily. What they did to her is horrible but we are here now to correct the wrong. Purchase your animal saving tee today and help us save this innocent victim of abuse and neglect.
The Arrow Fund provides medical treatment to Kentuckiana animals who have been the victims of torture or extreme forms of abuse and neglect. By highlighting these cases, we strive to educate the public regarding the ongoing problem of animal cruelty and the need to strengthen Kentuckiana's animal welfare laws.