Problem with Dot’s Amputation
When we adopted Luna from CAWS, she had just recovered from having her back leg amputated. She joined our family as my emotional support dog in October, and since then has impacted my life and mental health more positively than I had ever hoped. She has the brightest soul and such a spunky personality (hence the name Luna – she’s a lunatic, and my light in the darkness). She was originally found on the side of a road in Texas with her leg mangled, most likely from being hit by a car. She had to have the leg amputated to save her life, but the surgery was done incorrectly. We recently found out that due to the botched amputation, which left a longer-than-normal section of her femur still attached to her, she is constantly uncomfortable or in pain from the bone rubbing against the inside of her skin. To help her live a more comfortable life and prevent further issues, she needs another surgery to remove the extra length of the femur bone that was left in during the first surgery. She means the world to me, and I desperately want her to be healthy and comfortable as soon as possible. We would appreciate it more than words can say if you could help us pay for this surgery and get Luna on her way to her happiest life.
Thank you to Dot’s Donors: