Breed: Border Collie
MIRA UPDATE: Yesterday, we took in a female border collie whom a witness allegedly saw being beaten by an individual in McCreary County, Ky. Prior to our involvement, she was taken to Knox-Whitely Animal Shelter, which contacted Mobile Mutts, who then contacted us. After being sedated and transported – with a vet tech on board – to BluePearl in Louisville, she received immediate medical attention. We learned today that Mira, which we named her, had also been poisoned with antifreeze. Because of the severity of Mira’s condition, we had to make the heartbreaking decision to wrap her in love and prayers as she took her last breath. All of us our mourning this loss and appreciate your support. We will update you if and when we have further information regarding the individual allegedly responsible for this heinous, evil act. In the meantime, we’ve continued to receive requests from supporters on how you can help. Share our posts. Tell others about us. Volunteer. Attend events benefiting our cause. Apply to be a foster or adopt an animal in need. And, as always, monetary donations allow us to continue rescuing animals in need.
NEW INTAKE: *Warning: Video is disturbing.* The Arrow Fund is taking on another case, this time from McCreary County in Kentucky.
A witness saw an individual beating a female border collie with a board. Animal control was called, and this beautiful girl was taken to Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter, where she went into a seizure and was in obvious distress. A broken jaw is possible . We will know more once she reaches Blue Pearl and is fully evaluated .
We have named her Mira, which is pronounced Mee-ruh, which means “peace, wonderful” in Latin and “look” in Spanish.
Mira has since been sedated and is now in transport to BluePearl in Louisville – with a vet tech on board – where she will receive immediate medical care and be welcomed with open arms and hearts to The Arrow Fund family.