Muppet Noland: Found in a Bag with Critical Eye Issues

Muppet Noland: Found in a Bag with Critical Eye Issues

Muppet Noland was found in a bag with a note that said, "Found at 6 am on 94th street". A police officer from the 24th precinct in NYC reached out to Second Chance Rescue to ask if they could help Noland. He desperately needed an emergency hospital.

Rescuers have no further details on what happened, who did this, or why. This baby has a lot that needs to be medically addressed. Noland is a 5-7 year old chocolate Shih-tzu. He is currently hospitalized and has been started on antibiotics for a cold. Poor Muppet is so neglected that he has painful ulcers in both eyes. He is currently getting a dry eye test.

He was not eating so the doctors started him on an appetite stimulant and he is also receiving a plasma transfusion.

Muppet Noland remains in the hospital. His eyes are in rough shape. He has already had his dental (his teeth were rotten) and neuter/hernia surgery. We are awaiting results from his skin biopsy. His doctors are testing for an autoimmune disease called pemphigus. This affects both the face and genitals. He needs to stay at the hospital until they can get his eyes under control and less painful.

Hendrick & Co. has created this campaign to help save Muppet Noland. Whenever an animal is found in this kind of state, it is often hard to determine the medical needs immediately and only testing will gauge the course of action. With every purchase, you can change the life of Noland forever.

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Second Chance Rescue NYC was founded on the firm belief that all animals deserve love and care, and that no animal should ever be subjected to abuse, neglect or homelessness. We are 100% not for profit, and to date, have relied solely on donations from the public. Our mission is to offer a second chance to those animals less fortunate—those with critical medical, emotional or behavioral issues.