I know we are enjoying the holidays but we have a new abuse case. Help me make a holiday miracle happen! Tiny Paisley was thrown from a truck in Harrison County, Indiana. The Good Samaritan who saved her saw a tiny bundle of fur thrown out the window of a truck. Before the Good Samaritan could react the abuser drove off and he didn't get the license plate number. Everything is being done to try and find this coward.
Tiny Paisley was so traumatized from her ordeal that she had to be humanly trapped. She was so scared of any human she just ran every time they attempted to save her. She was then taken to Harrison County Animal Control. A kind woman named Kaitlin contacted The Arrow Fund and asked for help. Of course rescuers said YES and immediately went into action to save Paisley. She was transported out of the shelter late this afternoon to Hopewell Animal Hospital where she is being seen by Dr. Amanda Brown.
Sadly, the shelter does euthanize, so we stepped up hoping we could help this Angel. TAF wrote,"We are honored that we were able to take her."
Here is what we know. She has an open wound that looks to be a gunshot wound. Paisley will have radiographs taken. She has tested positive for ehrlichia, a tick born disease. She also has a skin condition - where patches of skin are gone. We will start treatment immediately. This little girl is sore where her wounds are, but is very precious!
We want to thank you all for your support as we help these victims of severe torture, abuse, and neglect. Working together we can and do make a difference. We have partnered with The Arrow Fund to create this campaign dedicated to saving Paisley. With every purchase you make, whether it's a tee, bracelet or hoodie, you can save her life! Please help us make Paisley a Holiday Miracle!
UPDATE 12-19-16 : Paisley is doing great in her foster home. She has a furry sibling who she has become friends with, even though it took her a while to warm up. She loves her foster mom and enjoys going for walks and snuggling in blankets.Paisley is not available for adoption yet but will be in the next several weeks. If you are interested in fostering, adopting or volunteering please visit our website at thearrowfund.org. As always, thanks for all your support.