Rescuers in Oregon are elated for a miracle survivor, who just gave birth to a puppy – despite the odds being stacked against her. According to Oregon’s Fuzz Ball Animal Rescue, the pregnant Chihuahua was hit by a car and taken to the Oregon Trail Clinic for care – there, she had to undergo an amputation of her injured leg, and an emergency c-section to deliver her puppy, who was too large for a natural delivery.
Miraculously, mother and pup survived the traumatic ordeal. On Tuesday, the rescue group posted a photo of the newborn puppy and wrote:
It’s a boy! Puppy is doing well. They are starting on her amputation now.
On Tuesday, the rescue organization updated Facebook fans about the mother and her pup:
Look at these two
It is so wonderful to see that both are doing amazing!
This is one heck of a miracle. This mama is a warrior and so is her baby. To have survived being on the streets, run over, in labor with a puppy that was too big to come out and then a c-section and leg amputation while in shock!
They are little miracles!
You can call Oregon Trail Vet Clinic at 541-567-1138
Or make a donation through PayPal at fuzzballrescue.com . You can also mail in donations to P.O. Box 580, Hermiston, OR 97838
Find the rescue group on Facebook here.
(Images via Facebook)
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