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Latest news from The Arrow Fund

11 hours ago

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The Arrow Fund
New Case - Sunshine
10 POUND PUP UNABLE TO
CLOSE MOUTH -JAW FRACTURE SUSPECTED💔

We know this girl has been like this for at least a week with NO TREATMENT! She just arrived at Metropolitan Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Hospital . This girl does have high liver values which could be related to blunt force trauma. Surgeon, Dr. Patrick Odenweller,will fully evaluate Sunshine tomorrow to determine our course of action.

Our thanks to Courtney Gray for transporting today.
Please keep our Sunshine close to your heart.

Donations are needed please. Donations can be made directly on this post or you can go to thearrowfund.org or checks may be mailed to The Arrow Fund P.O. Box 1127 Prospect, Kentucky 40059.

Thanks everyone for your support. We could not help these innocent victims of extreme abuse without you.
Humanely yours,
Rebecca 🐾
The Arrow Fund
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19 hours ago

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Update - Euan
FROM ALMOST DEAD DUE TO MULTIPLE PUNCTURE WOUNDS TO ALMOST DYING FROM BEING SEPTIC FROM INFECTION TO GOING HOME TO HIS LOVING ♥️ FOSTER HOME TODAY = ANOTHER MIRACLE FROM THE ARROW FUND! ♥️🐾♥️

Euan continues to amaze us with his will to live! After surviving such trauma over the multiple puncture wounds and then battling being septic - this boy defied the odds! After the plasma transfusion Euan’s numbers gradually started getting better. He is now eating and we are concentrating now on healing his wounds.

Belinda Smith, his amazing foster, will pick him up tonight and nurture him. Euan has had such a horrid life thus far and from now on he will know only love....

Donations are so needed and appreciated. You can donate directly on this link or go to thearrowfund.org or checks may be mailed to The Arrow Fund P.O. Box 1127 Prospect, Kentucky 40059.

We are getting more and more case requests... So please know how important your support truly is.... Working together we can and do make a difference in the lives of these innocent victims of severe abuse, torture, and neglect.
Humanely yours,
Rebecca 🐾
The Arrow Fund
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Previous posts on Euan:
Today Euan ate for the first time! After his plasma transfusion last night, his blood work was checked today and his white cell count and platelets have risen some. Sadly, his kidney and liver values are still alarming. We are hoping with time they will improve. It is thought that the severe trauma to his body is the reason.
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Previous posts on a Euan:
EUAN IS IN CRITICAL SHAPE
HE IS SEPTIC AND HAS DIC FROM HIS MANY WOUNDS
EUAN IS RECEIVING PLASMA
WE ARE DOING ALL WE CAN...

Our boy took at tragic turn for the worse this afternoon.
Euan has sustained massive soft tissue injuries and those
Injuries have lead to secondary infection. The infection has become overwhelming and he is now septic. This has lead him to DIC which is a sign that his body is struggling. We have adjusted antibiotics and have plasma and will continue the general supportive plan. He is being monitored 24 hours a day at Blue Pearl .
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Previous post on Euan:
This 12 pound boy is under The Arrow Fund’s care at Blue Pearl. His body temperature is low and we are doing all we can. Please keep Euan close to your heart he has been through Hell.

This case is extremely disturbing . 💔
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