lunes, 5 de marzo de 2012

Finales felices/Happy endings















Hay muchas mas finales felices de los que cuento ahora, afortunadamente. Pero bueno, estos son dos de los, quisaz, mas satisfactorias por ser casos mas dificiles. Ronda, cruce de podenco que llego al refugio con 4 meses, rescatada del campo, perdida y defendiendose a tan temprana edad para poder sobrevivir. Estuvo 5 meses en el refugio y los demas galgos la tenian como juguete. A ella le encantaba por un lado, pero por otro, los galgos eran demasiado brutos y la acosaban. Suerte para Ronda haber encontrado en una de mis voluntarias su casa para siempre. Alli hay dos perritos pequeños mas con los que no para de jugar. Ha dado un cambio increible, esta niña!
Y Bruma, rescatada de un "señor" que no la queria mas y por eso ya no le daba de comer y beber.....para que? Afortunadamente una vecina la vio y la rescato y yo la acogi.
Dio positiva en leishmania, la he pinchado durante 50 dias con glucantime ademas de las pastillas ny al hacerle las analiticas hace unos dias ha dado negativo. Pero hay que estar pendiente y volver a hacerle las analiticas dentro de unos meses y seguir, por si acaso, con las pastillas.
Bueno pues, para Bruma le he encontrado una casa de acogida. Al principio le costo adaptarse pero ya es la dueña de la casa!
Ahora hay que encontrarle una casa para siempre.
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Ther are much more happy endings than those I am going to write about but I think that those are really special.
Ronda, a podenco mix, arrived with only 4 months old to the shelter, rescued and trying to survive at such a young age in the middle of nowhere. She has stayed at the shelter for 5 months and the galgos had her like their toy....She loved it on one side but on the other she was like very much accused by the galgos. She has been so lucky to have been adopted by one of my volunteers. They have 2 other small dogs and Ronda has adapted very well and she is having a great time with her mates. They take her out to the countryside and she loves it! She has made a boig change and is very very happy!
Bruma: Her owner was fed up with having her so he decided not to give her food and water. Why should he? He didn´t want her. Fortunately, his neighbour loves animals and started feeding her and looking for a home for her. I took her on in my kennel, did the tests and she resulted to be posit ive in leishmania. I applied injections of glucantime during 50 days and gave her pills. Did the test last week and.....she is negative now. But nevertheless we have to continue to give her the pñills and repeat the test in a few months as it is not always totally reliable and in this case the recoverage has been very soon.
The great news for Bruma is that she is at a foster home since last week and she is doing fine: stealing food, laying on the sofa, the bed etc. Well, tipical galgo behaviour...

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