One of the animals in our care that needs your help is Noa. Noa was rescued a year and a half ago in a pitiful state. She was in a kennel, and she had to undergo three surgeries in the space of two days to recover. Thankfully, Noa was adopted by a friend of ours named Greg. However, a few weeks after her adoption, Noa passed away from cardiac arrest.
We had to take Noa out of her adoptive home and put her in a foster home, where she recovered completely. However, a couple of weeks ago, she began to feel bad. She had a lump on her lip, and when we took her to the hospital, we found out that she had a tumor. Initially, we thought it was lymphoma, but it turned out to be a plasmacytoma, and we had to operate. Unfortunately, when we were about to enter the operating room, Noa had a terrible sneezing attack that fell on the wound, and we had to stop the surgery.
Noa is still fighting, and we are waiting to see if she improves. She looks like a strong dog, and we hope to be able to enter surgery with her in a few days. Noa’s case is a reminder that cancer can appear when you least expect it, and it can happen to any of us.
We are asking for your help to save Noa’s life. Please donate to our organization and help us keep saving lives. Our focus right now is on Noa, but next week, we will have to do the same with Laki. We need your help to continue doing the work we do.
Our organization, Extreme Animal Rescue, rescues animals in terrible conditions. We take in animals that are polytraumatized, have terrible wounds, have been abandoned or tortured. We show you how we rescue these animals, take them to the hospital, and show you how they are evolving day by day. Our organization works hard to find these animals forever homes, but sometimes, they stay with us forever.
Our organization is struggling right now, as many families are cutting back on their donations due to the economic conditions caused by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine. However, our commitment to these animals is unwavering. We cannot say no to an animal that needs our help, and we need your support to continue doing the work we do.
Please help us save Noa and other animals like her. Your support means everything to us, and we are grateful for any help you can give. Thank you for watching, and thank you for your support.