Exciting news!! Our little lady Chula has been adopted!
Her foster family said that she fit in so perfectly and took her spot as the queen of the house. Thank you so much to Cheryl Noggle and Rick Jervis for again adopting from The Arrow Fund. This is their fourth Arrow Adoption with Casanova, Sterling and Waldo! We are so thankful for all their support.
From Cheryl: Chula is doing excellent! She moves a bit slow due to arthritis but is enjoying a seriously pampered life! Loves to tell her fur brothers and sisters who is allowed on the bed at night. She makes sure they all get a turn. They love her and totally respect her authority as the reigning princess!
We are so happy that Chula is enjoying being spoiled! Just look at that sweet princess!
Thank you to each and every one of our supporters that make these happy endings possible. To find out how you can help support The Arrow Fund, visit thearrowfund.org.
Chula is living the life in her foster home. She has been enjoying some time in the sun and in the pool on this holiday weekend. She is slowly beginning to heal–the bloody open sores and seeping lesions that cover her body are beginning to close. Although she is still very weak, her spirit is brighter! Soon Chula will visit Dr. Bennett at Elk Creek so he can check the healing progress of her bacterial, eye and ear infections, as well as her corneal ulcer. Once he deems her strong enough to undergo surgery, her oral mass, mammary tumor and severe dental disease will be treated. Please keep Chula in your prayers as she has a long road ahead of her.
Update on Chula – Day 4
Chula came to us so neglected .
Demodex Mange , Bacterial Infection , Eye Infections with Corneal Ulcer , Ear Infections,
Mammory Mass , Hookworms , Flea Infestation , Dental Disease with Oral Mass , etc… Despite all of the pain she was in , she has been a perfect Angel . So sweet ! 🐾
Chula is in her foster home and is being treated as we can for all of the conditions above . She absolutely loves to be cuddled – something this girl has not had much of . She is weak but showing a will to live and be loved now …
Chula was bred frequently and most likely for profit and then discarded like trash . Her recovery will be day to day and hopefully soon, when stronger, she will be able to have the much needed surgeries to complete her recovery .
Humanely yours ,
The Arrow Fund
New case – meet Chula
This poor girl was discarded –
We took her in despite donations being extremely down.
Chula is suffering from bacterial skin infection, demodex mange , bilateral eye infection with small corneal ulcer , bilateral ear infection, anemia , flea infestation, hookworms , oral mass , mammory tumor, and severe dental disease . We suspect that she was excessively used for breeding then turned out like trash .
We would like to thank Elk Creek Animal Hospital and Dr. Brad Bennett for taking in Chula on a Saturday with no appointment. They even stayed late to treat Chula to finally ease her suffering. Our sincere thanks also to Cheryl Noggle and Rick Jervis for stepping up to foster this sweet Angel . Chula has a long road to recovery but with your help The Arrow Fund will get her there !
Please tell others about the great work that we do to help these victims of severe torture , abuse , and neglect . We would love for you to ask them to like us on Facebook . Thanks to you all ! Remember working together WE CAN and DO great things !
Humanely yours ,
The Arrow Fund