Ava, a beautiful baby girl, was born with a disability in both her hind legs. Her condition was critical, as her body was covered in mange and dirt, and her stomach was abnormally large. A blood test revealed that she had a high white blood cell count and a severe blood infection.
Despite her dire circumstances, Ava never lost her fighting spirit. On Day 9, she began receiving treatment for her blood parasite and mange, and her skin started to improve. She even attempted to walk on her left hind leg and stand on both her hind legs.
Ava’s nutrition was also inadequate, and she required more protein and vitamins. On Day 19, the vet estimated that it would take 2-3 months to fully treat her until her skin was clear, without any infection. and despite the challenges, she looked healthier and happier with each passing day.
After more than a month, Ava had grown significantly taller, and her coat was silky and soft. She was playful, friendly, and loved to walk and jump. Her health had improved considerably, and she was enjoying her life to the fullest.
Saving Ava’s life was an inspiring journey, and it demonstrated the resilience and strength of animals. With proper care, love, and attention, even the most vulnerable creatures can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles. So let’s all join hands to protect and save these precious beings, who enrich our lives in countless ways.