Micha was shot and left to die!
Some coward shot this baby boy and left him on the streets. (Acadia Parish, Louisiana) Micha, a precious 5-year-old Great Pyrenees, was shot several weeks ago in the shoulder and the bullet caused the should to splinter into dozens and dozens of fragments. After suffering for several weeks on the streets and struggling to survive, sweet Micah finally sought refuge under a trailer and collapsed from exhaustion.
We have created this campaign to help us raise the funds to save this sweet innocent victim.
Fortunately, the trailer belonged to a Good Samaritan and animal rescuer who contacted the Humane Society of Louisiana. Our partners at The Humane Society is often the charity of last resort for thousands of animals in Louisiana, and the group agreed to pay for his treatment and after-care but his surgeries and care will cost in the thousands.
After consulting with several orthopedic surgeons, it was agreed upon that to save Micha's life, his front leg had to be amputated. Micah was rushed in to undergo his life-saving surgery. He was placed on heavy pain medication and and first needed to be stabilized and evaluated for surgeries. HSL cannot save Micha without your help!
Please help HSL save this very scared and very critical homeless Micha. We have partnered with them to help raise the funds they need to cover emergency surgery and continued care he needs. For that we need your help!
To help Micha please consider purchasing one of his shirts, totes, bracelets and coffee mugs below. We have partnered with HSL to create these animal saving products to raise the funds needed to save this innocent victim.
Humane Society of Louisiana
Our humane society was established in 1988. We operate two no-kill sanctuary: one for companion animals and one for farm animals. We are also a private detective agency, licensed by the state and one of our primary activities is to investigate cruelty to animal complaints. We work directly with dozens of law enforcement agencies on a regular basis, providing tips and logistical support, especially in the rural areas of Louisiana, where there are few resources for animals.