It’s been over a month since the owner passed away and unfortunately, the son also left the mother behind. We suspect that she was close to giving birth as the litter would have been due around this time. Despite her condition, she gave birth on her own and has gone without eating for a full month.
It’s a mystery how she and the two soldiers managed to make it through. Clinging to her mother’s chest without any sustenance, she was plagued by worms and anemia that took a toll on her small frame. It’s heartbreaking to see how agitated she became when they finally freed her, especially considering her frailty that makes mobility a challenge.
Yesterday evening, we decided to search for her. The odor emanating from her decayed body was overwhelming. It was evident that she was fading away.
We applied initial medical treatment to the person, gave medication, provided saline solution, sterilized the area and eliminated any possible signs of worms. Additionally, we allowed the individual to rest on a mattress. However, despite our efforts, she refused to consume food or liquid. We were unsure whether the insect that was bigger in size had affected her airways or caused damage to her jaw, preventing her from ingesting anything.
There are some small insects on her gum, pear, hand, and hip. Additionally, she has a scab on her hip, which makes her condition worse. Luckily, the babies we took care of did not have any insects. They were healthy and started eating right away. To ensure their good health, we used flea powder and dewormed them.
This tale of resilience and benevolence serves as a reminder that even in the toughest of times, small acts of kindness can make a big difference.
Working together, we have the power to positively impact communities in need by providing support and fostering growth. Let’s join forces to spread hope and cultivate a better future for all.
Together, we can spread this tale and motivate others to show empathy towards all creatures, as each one deserves an opportunity for a brighter future.