Just look at her! No one knows what happened to Victory, but she was found in Palmhurst, Texas and an emergency 911 plea went out on social media asking for help. Rescue Dogs Rock NYC responded after reading the Saturday evening post:
“911Need Emergency rescue
This dog is missing part of a leg, the other one, they think is broken…person that found it can not keep it or afford a vet. Located in Palmhurst Texas . I’ll give contact number to any rescuer that can go get the dog. This is URGENT!!! Please share.”
Stacey Silverstein, co-founder of the rescue, whose organization so often takes on the most critical cases of animal abuse and neglect, couldn’t turn away from the photos and the suffering and immediately volunteered to help the dog who appeared frozen and stiff.
“Look at this poor angel,” Stacey posted on the Rescue Dogs Rock NYC Facebook page. “One of her legs is chopped off, the other is badly damaged. Her bottom private parts are black and swollen. She’s gray in color and clearly in pain and suffering. This is horrific. We are shattered and heartbroken – how could you not be?”
Victory was rushed to Pet Doctor 911 in McAllen, Texas last evening where she was placed on intravenous medication for pain and hydration. She is scheduled for an ultrasound; it is not known if she is pregnant or if she suffers from a serious uterine infection.
“She looks like death , we hope we are not to late. We signed the estimate which was over $2500. Victory needs help,” Stacey added.
Donations can be called directly into the Pet Dr. 911 Emergency Hospital at 956.683.7387, or https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr…
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