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Willow came to Little League Rescue & Sanctuary with dismembered hind legs. Yes you read that right… Her legs are now removed. We are in shock but must push on and focus on tiny Willow's recovery. LLRS asked if we could help raise the donations needed and we of course said YES! We have created these animal saving shirts and totes to help us raise the funds needed for her extensive surgeries.
Rescuers don't know what happened to her before coming to LLRS. Doctors say given the wounds on her legs it looks as though they were chopped off and she began eating her own legs before she came to LLRS. Either way we can not begin to fathom what pain this baby has been through.
Willow still uses one leg but the other she holds out to the side. She has bone protruding from her hacked legs.
She is on numerous medications to help her healing process until she is stable enough for an extensive orthopedic surgery to provide permanent relief. The orthopedic specialist suggested that her worse leg be amputated and the better of the two be repaired. He suggested that a "padding" be created on the bottom of the remaining leg with her own tissue.
This is where we are pleading for your help! We have partnered with Little League Rescue & Sanctuary to raise the donations needed for Willow’s surgery. Together we have created the Animal Saving shirts, sweaters and totes to raise the funds needed. Purchase yours today. We made a promise to Willow and her nonprofit that we will not stop until she is safe and pain free but we cannot do that without you!
Little Lotus Rescue & Sanctuary is an organization in southern Arizona that changes the fate of homeless animals. The volunteer-run rescue lifts the animals out of the shelter system, placing them instead in loving, temporary foster homes. Many of these animals are ill, injured, or suffering from malnourishment, so we attain the necessary medical care to return them to health. Every animal is spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. Loving foster parents, Veterinarians, and an certified animal behaviorist help them overcome physical and psychological issues to again be healthy, happy pets ready for their permanent homes.