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This is horrible. No, she is not pregnant! This is The Arrow Fund's 2nd intake in one night! They are calling this baby Pemberly. She was removed from home by the police. This is severe neglect and abuse. This girl can't even lay down.
She has been rushed to Blue Pearl Emergency Vet Hospital for life saving care. Pemberly is having tests run now. This heartbreaking case have left rescuers in tears. She is infested with fleas and intestinal parasites. She is severely anemic and a blood transfusion was administered right away. Fluid is being drawn as well from from her belly. So far 5 quarts have been removed! This is horrible you guys. She is in critical condition.
Please help The Arrow Fund save Pemberly. We will keep everyone update on her care but they cannot save her without your help. The way the cases keep coming they sure could use your help! This is incredibly sad and the worst part is that it was done by her owner. Thank you for supporting us as we help these horrific cases of severe torture, abuse, and neglect.
The Arrow Fund is a licensed Non Profit Organization and rely solely on donations to continue their life-saving work. They cannot do this without you.
UPDATE 6-28-17: Today Pemberly saw Dr. Sarah Bell a cardiologist and she was diagnosed with a Cor Triattriatum Dexter or CTD . This is a congenital defect. The abnormality is a partition within the right atrium, leading to the obstruction of venous blood return from the back half of her body to the heart . This obstruction leads to an enlargement of the liver and fluid accumulation within the abdomen also known as ascites. In Pemberly's case , this membrane has a hole or perforation in it so that there is some blood flow between the two right atrial chambers. Dogs with this condition are often thin due to loss of high protein fluid in their abdomen and abnormal uptake from their GI tract. Pemberly will be taken on July 11th to receive a cardiac procedure called a balloon valvuloplasty . This will be done by the Cardiac Surgeon at Ohio State University.
UPDATE 7-5-17: On July 11th The Arrow Fund will be taking Pemberly to Ohio State for heart surgery . We should be there for 3 days . Please continue to send our girl love .Pemberly is so amazing . She loves everyone! The Arrow Fund desperately needs your help!
This is where we are asking for your help! We have partnered with TAF to create these animal saving shirts, sweaters and accessories to raise the funds needed to save tiny Pemberly from her horrible injuries. Everything from a tee to a bracelet can help poor Pemberly get the care she needs to heal both physically and mentally.
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.