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Your generosity helped bring a happy ending to Diesel's story and others.
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Saving lives is our mission at the
Northeast Ohio SPCA No-Kill Pet Shelter
Diesel is one of the thousands of animals we will receive this year that will come to us in need of help. Diesel is a 4 month old Shepherd puppy who was found under a broken porch, where he had lived for close to a week outside in the cold, abandoned and scared with only scraps of food that he had thrown to him, he managed to survive. A Good Samaritan finally coaxed him out and brought him to our shelter where he found safety, warmth, fresh food and most of all love.
But that was not the end of his problems the veterinarian immediately noticed his back legs were not right. He was wobbly and weak. X-rays show he has a compression fracture of his spine, which is pressing on his spinal cord and causing him to have hind end neurologic signs.
Surgery relieved the pressure on his spine and helped give him a chance for a normal life. Fortunately Dr. Lawrence Anson of Animal Emergency Clinic West in Cleveland consented to reduce the cost of the surgery. Thanks to the donations made to the shelter we raised $5,000.00 to cover the cost.
Diesel is a sweet German shepherd puppy with a spinal fracture. Our entire shelter staff has grown to love this sweet boy, who bounces around like a happy (but wobbly) puppy.
When you contribute to the Northeast Ohio SPCA your dollars are used wisely to save and rescue pets like Janet. Janet’s gentle spirit and loving disposition masked her many problems. You see Janet is a nine year old Doxie that came to us homeless, with a heart murmur and with terminal cancer. Our Staff Veterinarian said her time is very limited. But it will not be empty or homeless or painful, it will be filled with love and kindness and gentleness as one our employees, Darlene has adopted her so that her last days will be happy and she will be loved.
Your kindness and generosity allows us to continue our work saving animals and on behalf of Janet and our staff we cannot thank you enough.