When I Saw Her, I Could Only Quietly Approach Her And Carry Her To The Car With Tears In My Eyes.

This girl may have had ehrlichia because she was ᴘᴀʀᴀʟʏᴢᴇᴅ and couldn’t move her hind legs. Eva asked for help many times but no one was willing to help.

The next day, I took Eva to the vet to have her do all the blood tests, so I just quietly approached her, carried her to the car, and drove home.

Eva is feeling well and eating well. That day, we made an appointment to see a specialist to check her health. She was found to be free of ehrlichia and HW after the doctor conducted a thorough blood test. How can she not move her legs when she’s just anemic?

Unfortunately, the doctor had some bad news. The day before, we took Eva for an X-ray, and the technician discovered two damaged vertebrae causing her pain and ᴘᴀʀᴀʟʏsɪs in both legs.

The orthopedic surgeon will then decide if sᴜʀɢᴇʀʏ is an effective option for her, according to the veterinarian, who believes the injury was caused by a collision with a person or vehicle. 

Every day, large amounts of painkillers are given to Eva to improve her mood. Eva has successfully recovered and is making good progress. Three weeks ago, the bucket couldn’t even move because she was barely alive. Her hind legs are getting so strong that she can stand up like a cane.

Eva knows she has a long way to go to recover, so she always tries her best. She received a daily massage, three days of electrical stimulation, and daily water therapy.

In a very short period of time, Eva has done an excellent job in her therapy and rehabilitation. Her hind legs are getting stronger and more adaptable. She was able to straighten and keep her front legs upright because they were no longer stiff. “Eva never gave up and showed what a great fighter she is. We learned a lot from her,” the team said.

Eva had been treated with plasma the day before and given weekly injections, both of which appeared to be beneficial. She stood longer that day, took a few steps, and felt better overall.

Recently, I considered buying Eva a wheelchair, but I decided it was a bad idea as she is improving her mobility every day, which makes me extremely satisfied.

She hurriedly jumped up, enjoying those peaceful moments because she had never seen water before. Seeing Eva’s smile makes me very happy.

She has finally found the family and the family she deserves. She holds Canadian citizenship, is respected, and has unrestricted freedom.

Please inform your relatives and friends!


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