Gallie
2012 Gallie came to us from Brevard County Animal Control in Florida. We were notified by a citizen that she was there and with lots of help by lots of wonderful people, she came to us. A huge thank you to Diane & Bill from Atlantic Animal Clinic in Pompano Beach, Fl. for driving 6 hours to pick her up & bring her back to their clinic. Thank you to Elizabeth, her mother, Mindy & Ivonne for facilitating her journey by driving 10 hours to bring her to us. Her eyes look the way they do because she has a severe case of Glaucoma.  They are hard and painful.  She is completely blind & they will be removed.  We do have her on pain medication for the next 2 days until she goes to the vet.  She is super sweet & I know is going to feel so much better once her eyes are taken care of. 5/22  It is the day after surgery & she is doing so much better.  We had her eyes removed, got her spayed, bloodwork, UA, fecal, shots, etc. She got the works (smile) The feeding tube is to make it easier on her with all the meds she has to take, she won’t have to taste them.  Also she is thin, was barely eating before surgery.  This way we can make sure she consumes enough calories.  I am sure that she will start eating as soon as she feels better. She is a super sweet girl who gives lots of head bumps. Sponsored by Cristina - Thank you! Sponsored by Marla - Thank you! Sponsored by Gail - Thank you! Sponsored by Dorothy - Thank you! Sponsored by John & Robin - Thank you!  
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Gallie
2012 Gallie came to us from Brevard County Animal Control in Florida. We were notified by a citizen that she was there and with lots of help by lots of wonderful people, she came to us. A huge thank you to Diane & Bill from Atlantic Animal Clinic in Pompano Beach, Fl. for driving 6 hours to pick her up & bring her back to their clinic. Thank you to Elizabeth, her mother, Mindy & Ivonne for facilitating her journey by driving 10 hours to bring her to us. Her eyes look the way they do because she has a severe case of Glaucoma.  They are hard and painful.  She is completely blind & they will be removed.  We do have her on pain medication for the next 2 days until she goes to the vet.  She is super sweet & I know is going to feel so much better once her eyes are taken care of. 5/22  It is the day after surgery & she is doing so much better.  We had her eyes removed, got her spayed, bloodwork, UA, fecal, shots, etc. She got the works (smile) The feeding tube is to make it easier on her with all the meds she has to take, she won’t have to taste them.  Also she is thin, was barely eating before surgery.  This way we can make sure she consumes enough calories.  I am sure that she will start eating as soon as she feels better. She is a super sweet girl who gives lots of head bumps. Sponsored by Cristina - Thank you! Sponsored by Marla - Thank you! Sponsored by Gail - Thank you! Sponsored by Dorothy - Thank you! Sponsored by John & Robin - Thank you!  
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