Lisbeth: What is killing her is that you are STARVING her!
Ok supporters, today we share with you some images that are hard to look at. We want you to welcome Lisbeth and at the same time, we want you to thank her guardian angels at Pibbles & More Animal Rescue and the emergency vets office who literally saved her life. Now we need your help!
See, Lisbeth's owner brought her in and asked that she be put to sleep. The owner claimed that the 'tumor on her neck was killing her'. No, "owner". Rescuers just couldn't stand by and watch this beautiful girl be killed.
On her neck is a treatable abscess. What is killing her is that you are STARVING her. An abscess is merely an infection that occurs when someone has a scratch or an injury and bacteria grows within the wound. So really, she probably got the abscess because her immune system is low because YOU'VE BEEN STARVING HER.
Ok team, now that we've got that out of the way let's look on the bright side. The fine folks at the vets office saved this dog's life by convincing the owner to surrender her. The bad news is that means rescuers cannot press charges. The GREAT news is that she is SAFE WITH PMAR! So, we welcome sweet Lisbeth. She is exhausted. She is emaciated. She has allowed all handling of her frail body like a champ. She is going to stay at the emergency vets office where she's going to get all the love and care she needs.
We have partnered with Pibbles & More Animal Rescue to create this week's animal saving t-shirt design! Please, if you can, purchase one of our Lisbeth + PMAR items below! With your help this victim of abuse and neglect can get the second chance at life she deserves! Will you join us?
Pibbles & More Animal Rescue
Pibbles and More Animal Rescue, Inc. is a foster based rescue located in Binghamton, NY. We are made up of fosters and volunteers who not only generously give their time but give of themselves. It is together through the collaboration of dedicated volunteers that we rescue dogs in NYC as well as from other states that use gas chambers for euthanasia. The majority of dogs we rescue are pit bulls but we do rescue all breeds.