Camellia was paralyzed and dump on an abandoned mine.
We are working with The Arrow Fund to raise the donations needed to save a badly abuse puppy. Meet Camellia an 8 pound dog unable to use her back legs. She was dumped like this at the top of a mountain at an abandoned mine in Hazard, KY. She had no defenses and was dumped. These abandoned mines become a dumping ground for unwanted and abused animals.
A person found tiny Camellia unable to move last night on top of this deserted mountain. She had no way to defend herself. She was not very responsive and not expected to make it until morning. She did make it and now we are asking for your help in saving her life.
She was immediately rushed to the Urgent Care. This little girl was scared and completely infested with fleas and ticks. Doctors performed a CT scan on her and a Myelogram. Some type of trauma to the spine is what is suspected. Doctors do know she was not born this way. Then someone tossed her out like garbage. We have created this campaign to raise the funds needed for her care.
We are hoping that doctors can help Camellia. Camellia shows no real progress yet. She is currently doing hyperbaric oxygen chamber therapy to promote healing from the trauma. She can feel deep pain in her toes and does have anal tone. Camellia will also be working closely with a specialist doing physical therapy and acupuncture.
UPDATE: Camellia has shown slight improvement which at this point we will take. Camellia is up to 8 lbs and still unable to use back legs. Rescuers and doctors are continuing aggressive therapy on this precious baby. She is such a strong puppy who melts the hearts of staff.
Please help The Arrow Fund save this baby. We have partnered with them to help raise the funds they need to cover emergency and continued care. For that we need your help!
To help Camellia please consider purchasing one of her shirts, totes, bracelets and coffee mugs below. We have partnered with TAF to create these animal saving products to raise the funds needed to save this innocent victim.
The Arrow Fund
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.