|Xanti - arrived on the 9/29/13 transport from Leech Lake|
Between 9/13/2013 and 11/27/13, the grant money has funded 12 transports from Leech Lake and Red Lake reservations and a total of 250 animals (157 dogs/puppies, 91 cats/kittens and 2 ducks)! We are extremely grateful to the ASPCA/Live Oak Bank!
|Grant .. not feeling well :(|
The following is the latest update from Grant's foster mom: "He is feeling pretty crummy. The vet gave him a shot of antibiotic, and sent metoclopramide and antibiotics. He's not eating or drinking and will need more subQ over the next days." Please keep Grant in your thoughts and prayers, and send lots of healing energy his way.
Chi miigwech/big thanks to ASPCA and Live Oak Bank for making it possible for 250 precious critters to take the next step in their journey to getting the medical/veterinary care they need and to finding their own forever homes.
The following are links to photos from the transports:
September 13, 2013 transport
September 17, 2013 transport
September 22, 2013 transport
September 29, 2013 transport
October 5, 2013 transport
October 16, 2013 transport
October 19, 2013 transport
October 23, 2013 transport
November 2, 2013 transport
November 12, 2013 transport
November 22, 2013 transport
Update on Grant from his foster mom on 11/29/13 which was posted on our facebook page:
A wonderful update on Grant from foster mom Jean of Carver Scott Humane Society: "Grant is doing very well. We can reduce the subQ fluids to once a day starting tomorrow. He will be on a low residue diet, and remain in the warm quarantine room for another week. He's over the worst part of the parvo virus Thank you Leech Lake Legacy, Karen Good, Animal Care Clinic Bemidji, the volunteer transport drivers, and all who sent prayers and positive energy to help Grant. He is alive today because of all of you. He will also continue on antibiotics and metoclopramide. The parvo pups often develop respiratory symptoms (similar to kennel cough) during their recovery from parvo. This is why it's important to keep giving antibiotics." What uplifting news to end the week. Thank you so much Jean for all you have done, and continue to do for Grant and thank you to ASPCA and Live Oak Bank for funding this emergency transport!