Monday, 11 December 2017

Jax and other Blue Cross success stories

WHILE there are always many animals at Lewknor awaiting new homes, there are plenty of success stories.

WHILE there are always many animals at Lewknor awaiting new homes, there are plenty of success stories.

Jax is a two-year-old crossbred English bull terrier who originally came to the centre as a stray. During his stay staff noticed his back legs looked odd.

He went to the Blue Cross hospital in London where X-rays showed that he had problems in his knees which could have been caused by an old injury. However, as he was coping well, vets decided he didn’t need any treatment.

Jax was then rehomed but unfortunately found himself back in kennels as his owner became ill. Then only a few weeks ago he was found a new home in Hampshire.

Maurice is a two-year-old male tabby cat who fell from the window of a seventh floor flat in London. He was taken to one of the charity’s hospitals where he had treatment for a ruptured bladder and fractured leg.



He started to make a full recovery and came to Lewknor while awaiting a new home. Maurice is now not only feeling much better but has has new family home.

Red is a three-month-old black and white kitten. Her mother was a stray and gave birth to Red and her two siblings at the centre.

A health check showed that Red had a heart problem, so she was given a scan to find out more.

Vets discovered that she had a hole in her heart but luckily it is quite small and is not causing her any problems, so she was found a new home where she is happy.



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