We are delighted to bring you some fantastic news about Noa, a dog we rescued a couple of months ago from a Valencian shelter under dire circumstances. When we first brought her to the hospital, she had to undergo immediate surgery for gastric torsion. Two days later, she needed another operation due to a leishmaniasis-related issue called intussusception. The following day, she went through yet another surgery – three surgeries in just one week. We were uncertain about her future, but we remained hopeful.
Since then, Noa has been gradually recovering, although it has been a slow process. Her hair began to grow back, and she seemed to be feeling much better. We took her to our rescue center, where she seemed truly happy. However, a few days later, she had to return to the hospital due to a severe inflammation in her leg and a pyoderma infection. We were very concerned, and we had to place her in intensive care.
Fortunately, the treatment is working, and we decided to take her out of the hospital for the weekend and bring her to a special place. We wanted to show you Noa’s progress and how much better she looks now.
Noa has been staying with Greg, a close friend of our clinic and a true animal lover. He has provided her with a temporary home and has been helping with her treatment, taking her to the hospital and making sure she receives the best possible care.
Greg is a very special person – an Englishman who has been living in Spain for several years. He is a fantastic man who lives for his dogs, all of which are rescues. He has a strong connection with our hospital, our team, and the animals we care for. We have no doubt that you will be seeing more of Greg in the future, as he has a heart that is larger than life.
For now, Noa is staying with Greg as a foster and continues to visit the hospital for her ongoing treatment. Everything seems to be going well, and we hope that nothing else goes wrong. Our fingers are crossed, and we are incredibly grateful for your support.
Please consider donating to help us continue treating Noa. Even though she is in a foster home, we still need to cover her medical expenses and ensure she receives the best care possible. Your support makes a world of difference to Noa and all the animals we rescue. If you love animals and want to help those who have suffered so much, we need you. Please donate and help us keep saving lives like Noa’s. Thank you.