Little Remy was surrendered to the Shelter emaciated, in critical condition and dire need of emergency surgery. The Shelter immediately sent a PAWS Fund plea and PW Humane Society had her rushed to Minnieville Animal Hospital where X-rays showed a large obstruction in her intestines. A long and complicated emergency surgery revealed the obstruction had passed leaving extensive damage and mass infection leaving her septic and near death. Remy remained in guarded condition for the next week before being sent to the Adopt Shop for additional recuperation. Her condition seemed to improve over the next 2 weeks and she was gaining weight and more playful, until she wasn’t. A Sunday night visit to the emergency vet clinic showed more damage. A 2nd life saving emergency surgery revealed damaged and infected tissue that had fused together and created another serious blockage. Dr. Lori Greenwood told us that this was one of the worst cases she has seen and Remy was lucky to be alive. After another week of recovery & she was ready to move to the foster home to recover and await her spay surgery and forever home.
Remy’s case is not unique and the PAWS Fund is always there for these poor injured and sick animals. But we can’t do it without you. Won’t you please help us help more animals, like Remy?
Remy came to us extremely emaciated
Ready to go home after her ER visit!
Foster = LOVE!
"Our sweet little girl Remy is rapidly recovering after 2 lifesaving abdominal surgeries made possible by our PAWS Fund. Her progress has been remarkable and Remy is well on her way to full recovery and placement into her forever home. We greatly need your help with replenishing the PAWS Fund so that we can continue to provide emergency medical care and save more lives, just like we were able to do for Remy.” - Remy's Foster Dad