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Tiny Kitten Colored Purple, Then Thrown Away As A Bait To Fighting Dogs

This story speaks about a small kitten, that was dropped off at an animal shelter's door step all alone. The poor animal, whose condition was so bad, was on the edge of death and needed to be treated immediately.

So, the staff of San Jose animal shelter took the 2 months old kitty, who'd been dyed purple, abused, and beaten, inside and decided to treat her from her wounds.So, they called Nine Lives Foundation to come to help the purple cat. Monica Rudiger, a veterinarian from Nine Lives Foundation, saw the cat's wound and decided to help the cat to be completely healed again.

She added that the cat, that was named Smurf, had been used as a bait to train dogs to fight. Fortunately, the cat started her journey to recover with the help of Nine Lives Foundation.We hope that the authorities find the responsible people who did these cruel actions to Smurf, and we hope that the cat finds a forever home. Watch the video below to have more information.

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One would think that having one of the most rare and ancient dog breeds would make a pet more highly prized and cared for. However, it seems that even pure breed dogs are not immune from being discarded because their owners don’t want them anymore. That’s what happened to Queen.

Queen is an Ibizan hound, which is one of the oldest dog breeds in the world. What she had hoped to be a loving home turned into a nightmare, as she was used and abused by those who were supposed to care for her. Owned by a pair of hunters, she did what was expected of her, and when she became too sick to continue her work, they dumped her in a field to die.

Thankfully, someone found her and brought her in to receive veterinary care. The first two vets suggested euthanasia, believing that she was beyond help, but "Let’s Adopt” stepped in to at least make the pooch comfortable for what could have been her final days.

The battery of tests discovered that Queen had Leishmania, which is transmitted by sandflies. Without treatment, it mostly affect the renal system and can cause lesions on the skin. Because Queen was never treated, her disease developed into polyneuropathy.

But thanks to time and treatment, Queen has recovered remarkably and is prancing through fields with the grace of a gazelle.

In time, once she’s fully recovered, it’s everyone’s hope that Queen will soon find a forever home with a loving family of her own.

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