Eevie Has Been Adopted!
You helped us save her life, and now she’s in her forever home.
Thanks to your support and donations, Eevie was able to get the specialty care she needed.
When we said Eevie was in good hands, we meant it. The team over at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital said their goodbyes before sending Eevie off to her new family. This was their last photo together.
Thank you for helping us give Eevie the second chance she deserved. We couldn’t have done it without you. We love you, Eevie!
Eevie Continues to Improve
An amazing update on Eevie! She’s much more active and eating on her own.
The team over at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital says Eevie’s vitals look good, and they're switching her from IV fluids to oral medications, which is a good sign of progress.
We’d like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who donated to help support Eevie’s emergency and ongoing care. We couldn’t do it without you.
There has been tremendous interest in adopting Eevie, but she’s not available for adoption at this time while we focus on her treatment and recovery.
You can read more of Eevie’s story and donate to her care below.
This Little Girl is a Fighter!
We are happy to report that Eevie is eating on her own, and she’s even giving kisses to the team at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital where she's undergoing treatment.
Her condition continues to improve, her energy levels are up, and Eevie continues to receive the highest level of care that can be provided because so many of you were moved by her story and donated to cover the cost of her treatment.
From the bottom of our hearts, thank you!
Eevie is Improving
Eevie opened her eyes and she's holding her head up!
Our sweet, itty bitty girl was taken to Lone Mountain Animal Hospital for intensive care. She's showing good improvement, but she's not out of the woods yet. She's on a feeding tube, receiving IV fluids, and being cared for around the clock.
We're so thankful we're able to get Eevie the emergency medical care she needs. We want to thank all of her guardian angels for your support and donations.
We will continue to make updates on Eevie's condition, but we still need your help to cover her medical bills. She still has a long road to recovery.
Read the rest of Eevie's story and donate to her care below.
Eevie is Fighting for Her Life. Can You Help Her?
At only 8 weeks old and less than a pound, this itty bitty baby is lethargic, weak and severely dehydrated.
Eevie came to The Animal Foundation a few hours ago shaking and covered in feces. Because of her critical state, our veterinary team immediately warmed her up and started IV fluid therapy. A parvo test came back negative.
She came in as a stray, so we don’t know how she got like this, but we are doing everything we can to help her.
Eevie needs intensive, around the clock care. Unfortunately, it’s possible she may not survive, but we want to give her that chance.
Here at The Animal Foundation, we can see the worst of the worst, and as an open admission shelter, we take in and care for all pets who come to us in need, no matter how injured. We never know what is coming through our doors each day, but it's our mission to be ready and willing to fight for each of these animals.
We’re doing everything in our power to help this sweet girl. But we need your help because her medical costs will continue to grow.
Eevie deserves emergency medical care to survive and heal. Can you help her?
We established our CARE Fund for animals who need special care in extreme circumstances. 100% of all donations go directly to medical care for animals like Eevie who desperately need us. Become a CAREgiver for Eevie by donating below.
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