Cat Rescued From Dumpster Fire Adopted By The Vet Who Treated Her Burns.
We are thrilled to announce that Savannah has been adopted!
You may remember that Savannah was rescued from a dumpster back in May. She had third degree burns on the tips of her ears and the end of her tail. Her paw pads were also badly burned.
Thanks to your generous donations, Savannah received the vital treatment she needed to heal. Thank you, as always, for helping us save animals like Savannah who need specialized medical care. And a special thanks to Savannah’s foster family for giving her all the love and support she needed.
Savannah’s adopter helped care for her at a local veterinary hospital where she received treatment. He says Savannah is doing very well. She is feisty, adventurous and playful. We look forward to watching her grow up.
Our little Savannah, who was rescued from a dumpster fire on May 3, is doing great. She is a very playful and feisty kitten who loves attention.
Savannah, 6 weeks old, arrived at the Animal Foundation three weeks ago. She is being cared for by a local vet who brings her to work every day. Savannah had third degree burns on the tips of her ears and the end of her tail. The pads of her paws were also badly burned.
She is much bigger now, and some of her fur has grown back! Savannah will look a little different as she will have some scars on her slightly deformed ears, but she should lead a happy and normal life. We are so happy that she is doing well.
Our little Savannah continues to heal after being rescued from a burning dumpster. She is being cared for by a local vet who brings her to work every day. The whole practice is in love with her! But it turns out that Savannah’s injuries are more serious than expected.
Savannah has second and third degree burns on her face, paws and tail. The skin has died in these areas and is being replaced by scar tissue. Her foster family is working hard to keep her comfortable and infection-free during this time.
Savannah is so small that she does not have a fully functioning immune system. So her tenacity will determine her fate. As long as Savannah eats, there is hope. And she is a fighter.
Savannah is bottle-fed every four hours and her wounds are tended to several times a day. She is so loved.
The Animal Foundation is an open shelter. We see many difficult cases and abusive situations. Your support helps us care for animals with special medical issues, like Savannah.
Our sweet Savannah is a fighter.
Savannah has been on the mend in a foster home since she was rescued from a dumpster fire last week and rushed to the Animal Foundation.
Her injuries are deeper than we originally thought. She lost her fur and was burned. Her paws, face and tail are beginning to shed their skin.
The burns can become infected, and she is more vulnerable because she is young. She receives 24-hour care and is treated with care.
The good news is that Savannah is eating and growing. Her foster mom says she has a great appetite and her weight is good.
Thank you to everyone who donated to Savannah’s care and cheered her on! You can learn more about Savannah and donate to her care by scrolling below.
Our sweet Savannah, who was rescued from a dumpster fire yesterday, is doing well and recovering in her foster home. She is enjoying the wet food and spending time with her foster mom.
This little girl needs several weeks of rest and recovery. We are very grateful to everyone who has donated to Savannah’s care and who is encouraging her.
We just received a kitten who was rescued from a trash can fire. We don’t know much more about her, but she is being cared for by our wonderful team of vets and the people in our kitten nursery. We named her Savannah. At only 4 weeks old, her fur and whiskers are burned. Her paws are burned, and she may need foot bandages. She is on medication for the pain and is in our incubator to warm her up. She will be placed in a foster home to heal.
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