Anjela, and 2 Things You Didn’t Know About Animal Rescue

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1. Every day we get asked for help.

Animal rescue groups receive pleas for help on a daily basis, imploring them to assist with the cases of many animals in trouble. Many of those fur-babies have no chance to survive without help.

2. Sometimes we have to say ‘no’.

We are unable to help all animals we learn about and sometimes we have to say ‘no’. The eyes and faces of those furkids, whose cases we could not take on, we remember forever.

Stop Anjela from becoming a memory!

All that stands between us being able to save a life or not, is the support of our community.

Yesterday beautiful sweet Anjela was hit by a car. Being a stray she had nobody to protect her from the dangers of the city. Witnesses of the hit-and-run immediately drove her to a clinic, and this is when we learnt about her.

Incredibly, Anjela’s spine has not been damaged by the impact. Her hips however have taken a terrible toll — one of them becoming detached from the spinal column in what is called a sacroiliac separation, and the other hip joint suffering an acetabular fracture.

Without an operation Anjela will suffer and likely never walk again. With surgery she can recover fully.

Without surgery Anjela’s future is bleak
Anjela Xray
Anjela’s Xray shows the sacroiliac separation and acetabular fracture
In her current state there is no hope for Anjela

As Anjela lies broken and desperate in our clinic, all that stands between her and becoming a memory, is you. Help her walk again, donate towards her surgery and rescue fund.

UPDATE | April 02, 2016

Anjela’s operation has been a success. The fractured bones have been secured with implants, and the vet team is very happy with her prognosis.

Anjela's surgery
Anjela being prepped for the operating theatre

Anjela's implants
The implants, securing the broken bones

Anjela's implants

Anjela is recovering well and is on antibiotics. She can be released from the clinic in a few days, and will be placed in boarding.

Anjela will walk, thanks to you! Our next task is to find her a great home. Please share her story and help her find those Special People, who will love her forever. 

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** Let’s Adopt! Global is a 501c3 charity and your donation is tax deductible. All funds will go towards Pamela’s care. Any remaining funds will go to support our other rescues and mission.

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  1. Brooke shock says:

    I have a question. Is it true that the US Dollar is worth nearly 13,000 in your currency? And if someone donates, does it cost you to convert the us dollar to your currency? We just learned today that our money can possibly go so much further in Indonesia! Please tell me about any info you have on this. Thank you!

    1. The Let's Adopt Global Team says:

      Hi, Anjela was rescued in Bulgaria, where we have a volunteer team, and 1 USD = 1.73321 BGN. Hope that helps!