A rescue blast went out from a shelter way north of us asking for help for a Senior Girl In Need - "We have a senior Dachshund estimated to be around 10 years old, possibly spayed (has a scar). She came in as a stray on 1-3-18, very sweet, easy to handle, but our vet also noted she has multiple bladder stones which need to be removed."
This shelter was hours from us and with so many rescues in the state, surely one closer by will step up to help her. As it seems to happen so often no other group stepped up for her. DRSF was the only group who responded. Yes, we will help her, yes we will take her, yes we will find a way to get her to us 250 miles away.
It took a few days for this girl's stray hold to be up, which was good, because organizing transport to cover 4 hours of driving south isn't easy, but we did it because we are Dachshund Rescue, and so the little girl we have named Serava made her way to us. She is 10 years old, skin and bones, and has a massive bladder stone that needs to be removed.
We need your help to be the rest of the Happily Ever After for Serava as she starts her new life as a South Florida Dog. We don't have to share how many urgent needs we have had over the last month, and how generous our community has been to our dogs, but we are back again to ask for another miracle as the circumference of the safety net we provide seems to be ever increasing outside the South Florida area and we are trying with everything we got to not let any of them fall through the cracks.
As always, ever dollar gets us closer to our goal and makes it possible for us to not only be here for Serava, but also the next little one we know is right behind her....