We are finding out that Kashi is a big-time kisser!! This little lady is feeling a little better, so she's showing her gratitude to all of us by kissing it up non-stop! It's been nearly three days since our veterinarians, Dr. Baris and Dr. Nalven, performed life saving surgery on the young yellow lab, Kashi, and so far, she's doing well. She is definitely so much happier than when she first came to us just a few days ago, and we feel that she's making good progress. Kashi is still not out of the woods of course, since this was a pretty serious procedure that she underwent, but our veterinary team is very happy with how well she is doing.
Kashi is only about 6 months old and came to us a few days ago. She was limp, listless, and sadly, on her way out. She was completely emaciated and was suffering with a life-threatening obstruction that was left untreated by a neglectful owner. We are so very glad that we got to her in time for if she had gone on in that state any longer, she surely would have died on the street. Kashi is putting this whole awful ordeal behind her now and is working at getting better, and getting stronger.
We are so grateful to our supporters that contribute to our Res-Q Fund, which is the fund that enables us to treat these very special cases when they come to us. Would you like to help Kashi and others in need like her? It's easy - just make a donation to our Res-Q Fund! Thank you!
Kashi is not going to be available for adoption until she gets a clean bill of health, but she sure is happy to be feeling good again. She wags her tail constantly now and has her appetite back as well. Kashi is making so many friends already, as you can see, and is just so appreciative and affectionate. Thank you for all of your thoughts, prayers, and well wishes for Kashi. Please keep them coming, she still has a ways to go on that road to recovery! We will update again soon on our new friend Kashi.