Nova missing leg is under investigation.
This tiny German Shepherd girl is missing her front foot. Yes you read that correctly. The foot has been severed off. This horrific abuse and torture case is under investigation. Nova is in very critical condition. They immediately rushed her to the Emergency Vet Hospital knowing if left untreated she would surely die. We have created this campaign page to help raise the funds needed to save her life.
Volunteers said her temperature was 104 degrees! Infection is present on the wound. The first thing doctors did to stabilize Nova is put her on antibiotics, pain medications and fluids. The wound is horrific. It’s one of the worst doctors have seen. Nova is a sweet girl despite the horror she has witness in her short life. Her recovery will not be easy. She will need around the clock care. Tomorrow Dr. Josh Bruce, board certified surgeon, will decide if amputation of her front leg will take place. Her PCV levels are being watched. Nova is a sweetheart and thanks you all for your support.
Our partners at The Arrow Fund are at capacity, but once again said yes to little Nova. We so appreciate your support. The cases keep coming and many times it seems like we are the only chance for these victims of extreme torture, abuse and neglect. Please know we appreciate you all! Now we are asking for your help!
We have heartbreaking news on Nova. Sadly this little girl had to have her front leg amputated. All because some evil human abused her. 10 week old Nova underwent surgery just hours ago. Dr. Josh Bruce said all went well and she is shown here post op . To say Nova still need your help is an understatement. Surgery and around the clock care is extensive and expensive.
You can help by purchasing one of Nova’s shirts, tanks or totes below. We have partnered with The Arrow Fund to create these animal saving products to raise the funds needed to save Nova from this unbelievable abuse. With your help they can give her a new life full of love and pain free!
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.