Yesterday morning brought Todd her into the vet clinic. During the car ride she was a good companion, sitting looking out through the back window, not making a sound.
Little Sully is not a puppy! She is between 2-3 years old and have had at least one litter of puppies before. No one has given her much food and she is very underweight so the vet cannot do any spaying on her until we get her weight up. (She's 20 kg, normal is around 30 kg). Angie, her Tuesday overnight foster mom, reports that the first poop she had, was all grass... indicating she was foraging for anything and everything to eat, even grass!
She's skin and bones, but her life-spirit is so enormous that it surprised my husband. She's also very people-friendly and interested in everything going on around her. What a heart she has!
Sully will stay at the clinic for 7-10 days observation and then, we need a warm loving family to give her back the hope and life (and weight) that she once was given. Thank you Angie and Todd for rescuing her.
A foster family would also be fantastic....please I beg you to help Sully, she has suffered enough, she deserves the comfort and safety that a loving family can give her .