Beverly has all four paws with casts after being dragged by a car.
A volunteer happened to be at the shelter when this tiny 6 pound girl was brought in. Her injuries are consistent with being dragged by a car. The shelter asked if they could help and of course she said yes.
Now, M.A.I.N. is pleading for help. Rescuers named her Beverly. She is beat up and has avulsion injuries where a portion of cortical bone is ripped from the rest of the bone. She's missing some of her paw pads and most toenails. You can also see the pretty significant injury to the left side of her face / jaw.
Beverly has spent 7 days so far in intensive care unit at the emergency vet. Her paws were badly infected and almost missing. She now has four brightly colored casts healing those painful and unflattering tan looking things she had before; she's grateful for that. The hardest part of her injuries is that she will need weekly bandage changes along with intensive care.
M.A.I.N. writes, “A week of hospitalization is expensive! If you're able to donate to help us with this we would so appreciate it!! If you are unable to donate please share. Thank you!”
Now we are asking for the public’s help. We have created this special page to help raise funds needed to save her life. With every tee, hoodie, bracelet, or dog accessory purchased, you can help save Beverly. Please will you join us?
UPDATE: The amazing Beverly! She's so dang cute! Her foster mom is just in love with her.She goes to the vet today BAH and she'll stay until Friday. Sometime this weekend she's going to her new foster family! We have a great new foster that has joined our team and we couldn't be happier to have her on board.
Now we are asking for the public’s help. We have created this special page to help raise funds needed to save her life. With every tee, hoodie, bracelet, or dog accessory purchased, you can help save
Beverly. Please will you join us?
Medical Animals In Need
The M.A.I.N. Team is an Arizona based, all volunteer group focused on identifying, transporting, aiding and promoting animals from Arizona shelters who need immediate and often costly medical attention the shelters are unable to provide.