Bo Ai Animal Protection Centre Of Guangyuan
This young Poodle was abandoned in the rubble of a derelict house. Our founder Du Yufeng received a call from concerned villagers asking her to take the Poodle and give her a home. They told her the pup had been left at the site and had been in a car accident, paralysing her back legs. They had put makeshift bandages on her paws to protect them after they saw that she had worn away her skin from moving around on the hard surfaces.
Du and our volunteer Yang took the Poodle back to Du's house where she was given something to eat and then allowed to have a sleep. She needed the rest! it was as if she knew she was now safe and that she could sleep without one eye open in case bad people came to get her.
After her rest, Du and Yang started to shave off her very smelly, matted fur which was full of urine. She had been neglected for a long time. Du washed and dressed her back paws and bandaged them. Her tail stump had also been caught on the hard ground and skin had worn away and even her private parts were not immune to painful wounds from the floor. Du applied antiseptic powder and cream to help her heal.
Across China there are people being told that dogs and cats are spreading the Coronavirus and being told they cannot have pets. This is leading to dogs and cats being abandoned on the streets where if the are seen by some government officials, they are beaten to death.
Now this little girl is safe with us and will receive the treatment and care she needs.
Emergency rescues like this one require medicines and vet bills. If you can help with this little girl's care please consider making a donation.
Thank you for your support.
Do you remember the little disabled Poodle we rescued in February?
When we took her to Doctor Li's pet hospital, x rays showed both the bones in her back lower legs had been crushed beyond repair from the car accident. Doctor Li had no option but to amputate both of the legs.
Quite a few people told our founder, Du Yufeng to put the Poodle to sleep but Du wanted to give her a chance.
Now, she is getting along really well. She's started to walk again on her two remaining legs so once she is healed and has built up some strength, we will try her in one of the wheelchairs kindly donated by ProWal in Germany.
Sometime in the future we want her to experience a forever home where she will receive the love and devotion that she deserves.
She has been through such a lot that Du has given her a fitting name:- 'Jian Qiang' which means 'Strong' 💖
Your donations gave the medical requirements that Jian Qiang desperately needed so thank you for still caring.
Your donations help us to help animals in need.