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How wounded animals overcome their injuries and trauma's


January 2022 - This is the rescue story of Ivy

Picture left Ivy at home with Dalida - Picture richt Ivy with her favorite vet at the clinic.

This lovely cat was brought to the clinic by a man who saw that another man was hitting her. Dayony from Stichting Save a Stray gave her the beautiful name, Ivy. Poor Ivy was in a very bad condition. Her pelvis and both legs were broken, she was full of urine and feces because she couldn’t pee or defecate due to pain, her abdomen was also injured. Ivy was successfully operated; in both of her legs pins were installed and injuries were operated. The most important thing is that she has gone through this. She stayed a long time at the clinic as her recovery was a long process. She had to learn to walk again and got therapies. 


December 2021 - This is the rescue story of Noel

Picture upper left Noel May 2022, upper right March 2022, below left Noel as he was found December 2021.

Noel was saved from the streets in December 2021, just before Christmas. He has been at the vet clinic until Februari 2022. Dalida about Noel: "This is definitely one of the worst cases of suffering that I have ever seen. The dog was skin and bones. He suffered from demodicosis - demodex, his skin was badly inflamed, there were open wounds all over his body, he was dehydrated and starved, his eyes were inflamed." Noel got many treatments and medications and it took him a long time to recover he had to stay at the clinic for weeks. After his body recovered Noel had another challenge: to overcome his mental trauma's. But he is doing that so well, just step by step. At one point Dalida and Meliha were allowed to touch Noel and be more close to him.


Rescue stories

How wounded animals overcome their injuries and trauma's