Mouse

Avail for: Adoption/Foster/Virtual Adoption

Age: 3 Months

Sex: Female

Size: Small – Medium

Colour: Black

About Mouse

This poor little girl was dropped in a cage at the clinic late one night, someone was walking past and heard a dog in distress, looked in the cage and saw a disabled dog and called us. She has obviously been dragging her back legs around for some time. Straight to the vets for X-ray and she is paralyzed in her back legs and currently going through operations to have her back legs amputated, we need help with donations and care as Mouse will need a wheelchair.

Though, that has not dampened her spirits! Mouse is super sweet and cheerful and loves pats and attention to anyone who passes her cage. She will need special love and care.

Read my latest updates here

Update: We have some people enquiring nothing solid, she still needs to have both back legs amputated and will be in a wheelchair.

“Every animal adopted from BARC is desexed*, vaccinated, flea and worm treated, behaviourally assessed and health checked.

*Unless fostered or adopted before of age owners are able to return with their animals during sterilization days”

Sooki

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VIRTUAL ADOPTION

Signing up to support Sooki under our virtual adoption program is just like adopting your own dog, without the day to day work involved. Your contribution covers the cost of his care, and energetically lets him know that someone out there is sending love his way! You will receive updates and be able to form a bond with Sooki as he recovers. And who knows, maybe one day you will make it to Bali for some cuddle time.

Please note: We do hope to locate a retirement home for Sooki, he has a sweet gentle nature, but it will take a little time for him to be ready for this.

ONE TIME DONATIONS

As Sooki is a new rescue this page is open to one time offerings that will contribute to his initial veterinary care.