Chaplin came to The Arrow Fund with very deep infected wounds with maggots present.
Chaplin was found in Estill County , Kentucky and came to The Arrow Fund with very deep infected wounds with maggots present. He did test positive for a tick disease and is also being treated for that.
Chaplin received surgery yesterday to pull together the skin and close the open wounds he had. This is a step forward. While the pictures are still quite alarming, Chaplin now is on a path to recovery. It wont be easy but with your help he can make it through this.
He looks 100 times better than when he arrived with deep wounds packed with maggots and infection. Through all of this his tail still wagged and he had nothing but love for his rescuers! Chaplin is an amazing boy! Please keep this baby close to your heart as he continues to heal. He is still at the Emergency Hospital with around the clock care .
Rebecca of TAF said, “Thanks everyone, this has been an emotional week with a lot going on. The horrific cases keep coming and through your help we have been able to say yes to many. For this, we humbly thank you for your support to help these innocent victims of abuse.”
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 us.
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 little Chaplin. Everything from a tee to a bracelet can help Chaplin get the care he needs to heal from his abuse and neglect.
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.