After seeing soo much footage of abandoned animal's due too the hurricanes (Small animals at that) im preparing myself for the worst. If im ever in a situation where myself an my children have too bounce quick, we will be ready. I will try to save them or die trying😐 #animallover#animalslifematter#catlady#dogsarefamily
This is pixie.
She lost her mother to an accident when she and her two siblings were just 5 days old.
Still they survived and are of 2 months of age.
Then one day, this innocent animal met with an accident.
The car went over her front left leg.
Took her to the vet and came to know she has a fracture.
To see a pup happy and playing one moment and in immense pain the next moment shakes you.
Her treatment was going on, we hoped for her recovery. But then came the complication, and on second day her hand was infected. Now the concern was how to save her arm. Vets tried their best, but sheer bad luck wouldnt leave her. Now we had to amputate her arm (as it has gangrene)
to save her life.
And then it just got worse. The Gangrene started spreading. Now she is fighting for her life. All this happened in just 3 days time.
Seeing her in such immense pain just angers me.
So i request you to drive slow and lookout for any stray animals. They suffer much more than we do as they are helpless in such cases. Take them to the vet or ngo for animals at the earliest, time is of the essence.
Every life counts, not just humans.
I hope and pray she gets better.
Lastly, thanks to the vets who helped in treating her.
And thanks to AMTM for taking care of her and treating her.
Repost pictures @angel_alf_woytovich #yulin2017 it's estimated that in China alone,10 million dogs and 4 million cats, are slaughtered for the dog meat trade each year.
Dogs and cats of all shapes and sizes, many of them family pets still wearing their collars, are snatched from the streets and forced into tiny cages. Many suffer broken limbs as they are transported vast distances, without food or water.
When they finally arrive at the dog meat markets, injured, dehydrated and exhausted, they are forced to watch in terror as other dogs are bludgeoned to death or thrown still alive into boiling water to remove their skins. Every June, the small city of Yulin in China holds an annual "Lychee and Dog Meat Festival", usually referred to as Yulin Dog Meat Festival.
Although the numbers of dogs killed at this 'dog eating festival' have been declining each year since 2015, when it comes to the dog and cat meat trade, the Yulin festival is sometimes seen as its flagship event.
But the truth is, the Yulin dog eating festival is just the tip of the iceberg, with the number of dogs slaughtered at the festival representing less than 0.01% of the Chinese dog meat trade as a whole.
This violent and crime-ridden trade doesn't end after Yulin when the cameras leave. It's alive all year round. Ending Yulin won't end dog eating. But ending dog eating will end Yulin.