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Friday, March 15, 2013

Kahn update (now Bud): mange no more!

We received the following update from our partner Karen Good of Red Lake Rosie's Rescue. We have been seeing more cases of mange and are extremely grateful for our partners who are able to take puppies with mange and treat them.

"Little Kahn arrive at Red Lake Rosie's Rescue/RLRR on the day after Christmas.  What a mess! Kahn had very little hair, and sores all over his body. We're really not sure how this boy survived apparently outdoors in his condition, and perhaps the only survivor of his litter.

Kahn came to RLRR until we could find a place for this boy rescued through Leech Lake Legacy.

Kahn remained in the cat house at RLRR until January 4th and left on transport for a foster home.

We want to thank all the financial supporters, rescues, transporters, and people who find these little pitiful animals, and how they are miraculously transformed with food, medication and tlc! The pictures tell the story!"

Thank you Karen for all you do for the animals of not only Red Lake Reservation, but also the animals of Leech Lake Reservation!!  And a huge thank you to the fosters who take in the Kahns and provide them with all the TLC needed to help them make a full recovery ...
Kahn when he was rescued in December, 2012
Little Kahn had sores all over his body
A happy transformed Kahn (now Bud)

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