Updated: Sep 27
Late last summer, the head of Dallas Dog was called about this kitten that had been picked up. They wanted to know if the rescue wanted to try to save him. Well, Patti is a superhero and she will never say no. He was a nasty looking 5 week old kitten they rushed to the emergency vet. They passed a picture of him on the rescue site that he will need a future foster. All I could think was ekkkkk really a medical, I didn’t think I could do it. So I wanted a bit hoping another foster would step up.
Well, no one did so I just couldn’t let the little guy go without knowing he didn’t have a foster lined up, so I volunteered. The day I was scheduled to pick him up he crashed and they canceled me to pick him up. Sadly I figured he was just too frail and died. A week passed and Jordan (head of the cat side) said you can pick him up now, I was like really oh gosh ekkkk ok. So I drive to go get him thinking to myself what in the world was I getting into with a medical kitty? The vet gives me his meds along with putting Clover in the carrier, he looked awful.
Shaved areas from IV’s skin and bones, sewed up eye, stitches and just a small kitten. I was afraid to touch him. Brought him home got him out of the carrier and was able to carry him like a baby that first day and only day lol. At the time I had 2 other fosters that we got at 10 day olds that we bottle feed and we ready for forever homes. One didn’t care for Clover but the other one loved him. However, Clover was the odd one out. Anyway a few fosters later and completely healed up and just a hot mess of a kitty we foster failed the little guy. He is 100% goofy but very so loved. This is why I rescue I believe in Patti’s work with Dallas Dog she believes in being the voice for the voiceless.
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Our rehabilitation efforts address the physical and emotional needs of rescued animals and prepare them for the second chance they deserve. You can make a difference by fostering, adopting, or making a donation toward these worthy animals. Thank you for supporting Dallas Dog. Our mission is to create a safer place for animals by rescuing and rehabilitating those who are neglected, unwanted and abused across Texas or displaced by natural disasters nearby and finding them a permanent home. You can visit our website at www.dallasdogrrr.org to follow our amazing journey.