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East Alabama Humane Society: Emergency Medical Grant Report

How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?

The funds were used to alleviate the cost of surgery for a stray who had a broken leg.

This grant lifted the burden of the cost of an emergency surgery, and allowed a sweet puppy to keep his leg.

How many pets did this grant help?


Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.

Laeddis came to us in the arms of a good Samaritan. He was limping down the side of a busy road. He was dehydrated and scared, but in no time he was filled with wiggles and tail wags. We estimated his age at 3 months old. He was taken to our vet and x-rayed. It was determined that his femur was broken and he would need immediate surgery to set it. During surgery the vet was able to estimate his injuries at a few days old. Had he come to us any later, Laeddis would have lost his leg. He had a rod inserted to stabilize the bone and allow him to keep his leg. Laeddis has since been adopted and is living with his new parents. He is in training to be a therapy dog in a retirement home. We could not thank the Petfinder Foundation enough! Thank you for helping us change this little life!

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