Early in August, a small, white, stray kitten named Bunny was brought into our care. Because of his age, our Foster Coordinator was in the process of securing a temporary home for him to stay and grow before he’d be able to find his furever home. Meanwhile, during a routine examination, our caring staff noticed the little guy had feces stuck on his rectum. As they went to clean his tail, they noticed an infection paired with a significant amount of hair loss. Instead of sending Bunny to foster, it was clear he needed to stay at the shelter. He was given medications to treat his wounds. In order to provide him with an improved quality of life, our veterinary staff amputated his tail once he was fully healed. After a speedy recovery, Bunny was placed up for adoption and found his forever home on September 20, 2019!
Bunny’s surgery was made possible with the Wellness Fund, which is supported entirely by your donations! If you would like to help animals like Bunny who are in need of extra medical assistance, please visit our website.