See the Spay & Neuter Program page for the fun we had at this years clinic!
Some of our success stories!
In late January 2018, Lulu, a Chihuahua, was attacked in her yard by a dog running at large. The dog did a lot of damage to Lulu’s left hind foot and she needed an amputation of that leg. FEVA was able to help with the cost of the amputation. Lulu adapted well and was glad to go home and be with her human family.
In January 2018, Eve, a teacup Chihuahua, gave birth to a single puppy which resulted in a tear above and below one of her mammary glands. She had ruptured mastitis and needed drops to be administered to the wounds. Dr. Lane Dixon saw to it that Eve healed well, and when the puppy was weaned, a friend of FEVA adopted her.
In March 2018, Lulu, a 9-year old spayed cat was very ill. Two of her cat friends had already died of something similar and her people were frantic. They said they just could not lose Lulu too. They suspected poisoning or kidney failure had taken the other two. Now Lulu needed blood tests to find out what was wrong or they were afraid Lulu would go the same way. $160 was needed for blood tests, which they did not have. One of the FEVA volunteers met the owners at Vista Larga to help with the cost of the blood tests. The cat owners told the vet that an angel was coming to help them. The blood tests were done and though the tests did not tell what LuLu had, they told the vet what she did not have. So, supportive therapy and hydration were prescribed.