Saving Little Molly Brown!
Update – 11/7/2019
Well Miss Mollie Brown has left us speechless. Her recovery has been nothing short of miraculous and she has earned her title!
This precious little spit-fire has been nearly impossibly to slow down. She is revved and ready to run and play with the other foster dogs in her home. They are equally excited to see her feeling great as well and have been very helpful in her recovery.
All of Mollies cognitive is back on track, we see a little wobble here and there still but we are expecting her to make a FULL recovery.
What a huge WIN for all of us!
Thank you to everyone who has donated to help us give her the life saving treatment she needed. Because of your generous donations we have nearly covered her medical costs!!! Donations are still needed if you are at all able to pitch in to help us cover those costs.
Thank you everyone! ❤️
UPDATE – 11/3/2019
Quick update for those of you who are following Mollie’s story! We are happy to report that she was able to finally leave the ICU yesterday and made it safely to her foster family. She has continued to make improvements throughout the day and although still very wobbly, she is finally able to stand up and move around a bit! Traumatic Brain Injuries require time and strategic care to help the brain heal slowly and carefully. Little Miss Mollie Brown is still in need of your help and financial support while she is improving and while we continue to fight towards her recovery.
Thank you to all of the generous donors who have helped us get this far, your generosity is so very much appreciated.
We are still in need of help! Please consider donating to help us raise the funds needed to save this precious girl ❤️
The CAWS Team
On this seemingly normal day, Mollie Brown was hanging out with her mom and litter-mates while her family went out. Upon their return, she was found unresponsive. A frantic rush to the closest pet ER, and with just enough grace, she was miraculously brought back to life! What happened during that short time? Was she smothered? Did her mother dog attack? Is there a larger underlying medical condition that we are just not able to see yet?