Lollipop and Gumdrop have been rushed into surgery.
Lollipop and Gumdrop tell me they want to eat❤️. They can not eat this morning due to surgery please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.Posted by Dallas DogRRR - Rescue.Rehab.Reform on Friday, April 12, 2019
These two kittens were found in a field. Both kittens made it through the night. Their remaining eye did close shut. They even played this morning.
These two horrible injured kittens are on their way to emergency surgery! Rescuers have named them Lollipop and Gumdrop. Unfortunately rescuers had to move forward with the surgery because Lollipop’s eye has ruptured.
Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers! They are super small and surgery is extremely risky but doctors have no choice. Lollipop is barely a half a pound and Gumdrop is just shy of a pound this makes their surgery risky!
UPDATE 4-21-19: The surgery to remove the eyes seemed to be fine but then one of the kittens Lollipop has taken a turn for the worse and was just transported into ICU! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE continue to support this kitten and share her story!
UPDATE 4-22-19: It's with heavy heart that I share this news with you. Lollipop crosse the rainbow bridge this morning. She was moved onto oxygen after she was having trouble breathing. She took a big breathe let out a meow and died in the arms of vet staff. Her rescuer, Patti, is absolutely heartbroken. I sure you can imagine how hard this is for her and her team. Tiny Lollipop may be gone but that doesn’t mean Dallas DogRRR doesn’t need your help. Their vet bill is through the roof and Lollipop’s sister, Gumdrop, is still recovery for her surgery and is doing incredible!
This type of surgery is extremely extensive and expensive for a rescue group like Dallas Dog RRR. We have created the animal-saving products you see to help raise the funds for their surgery. Please consider purchasing one and sharing Lollipop and Gumdrop’s story!
Dallas DogRRR is a group of dedicated, animal-loving volunteers who support the abandoned dogs of Dallas, Texas, by collecting supplies, paying vet bills, locating foster families, facilitating adoptions, and advocating for a more hopeful future. We are often seen even in the trenches of SE Dallas searching for and rescuing forgotten dogs.