It is a miracle that Lucy is still alive to this day. Lucy, who was rescued about three months ago, was found at a construction site in Bali, where a lot of animals lived but was ‘missing’.
We found a poor dog with a fishing line. We saved her and helped her heal. Lucy was surprised when her savior noticed her. A fishing line was securely wound around the little dog’s nose, indicating that he had been caught in the dog meat trade and was ready to be sold and sʟᴀᴜɢʜᴛᴇʀᴇᴅ for food.
Lucy’s savior acted promptly and took her to the vet for urgent care. Lucy was found with a fishing line wrapped around her snout, strongly attached to it. It is believed that the unlucky dog was destined for ᴄʀᴜᴇʟ meat farms.
Lucy was then taken to the vet, where the line was removed, and she was eventually safe. But she contracted a terrible disease called parvovirus, the doctors gave her a 50/50 chance of survival.
It was touched and gone for a few days but after two weeks Lucy began to show signs of improvement and was admitted to the foster care facility. After just one day, she started acting abnormal and she tested positive for psychosis as if she hadn’t been through enough.
We don’t believe Lucy will make it through, despite her strength. Parvovirus had ᴅᴇsᴛʀᴏʏᴇᴅ her immune system, and she was just skin and bones when we found her.
Lucy begins to recover from a lot of effort and various illnesses, but she doesn’t trust people at all.
But she fought back. We feed her bone broth every few hours and give her all the love and care we can because she has no appetite. Lucy has made a full physical recovery and is now ready to begin her path to healing.
She is silent and has never made eye contact with anyone since the time she was rescued. She would cower in the corner of her crib for hours, barely showing up to use the toilet. She must have been through a lot of trauma before we found her so she has no faith in people.
Lucy slowly began to recover from her injury with the support of her veterinarian, foster parents, and many other individuals.
Lucy has been living with Prue, creator of Mission Pawsible, for the past few months and has made amazing progress. She’s still wary, but she’s slowly turning back into a happy and energetic little dog. She loves her feet and loves sunbathing. Lucy even climbed onto the sofa and slept with her friends, which she never did when she first arrived. And regain faith in humans and other animals.
Lucy illustrates how a little patience and a lot of love can go a long way. She looks forward to a wonderful and happy future and is looking for her forever home. The Healing Center is currently under construction by Mission Pawsible. This clinic will provide pets like Lucy with a safe place to rest and heal. Lucy is the epitome of love and patience that can go a long way and save a life.