Violet – Taken To Animal Control at Just 3 Weeks with a Severe Infected Eye

9/1/17 – Violet is one of the commitments I spoke of earlier. We are always happy to be a part of a team especially when it involves caring people like Officer Pylar. Here is her story:

“Violet came into Macomb County Animal Control on June 22nd, 2017 as a stray, 3 week old kitten with what appeared to be an infected eye. The veterinarian at MCAC placed Violet on medications in hopes that the eye would heal while she was in foster. Weeks went by and her eye, unfortunately, did not appear to be improving and our veterinarian recommended seeking further treatment beyond our normal means. As many of you know, all of our animals at MCAC are completely vetted, however with situations such as Violet’s, we must reach out in hopes of donations for our 501(c)(3), non-profit animal welfare fund, to help cover major medical situations such as Violet’s. Officer Pylar reached out to Diana, Director & Founder of 4 Paws 1 Heart, in hopes of help with the surgical procedure. Without hesitation, Diana set up an apointment for Violet’s eye to be evaluated by a specialist. The specialist discovered that Violet had ruptured her eye in 2 separate places and removal would be the only option. Diana gave the go-ahead and the procedure was completed. Violet is now recovering in her foster home and will soon be available for adoption. Macomb County Animal Control would like to give an incredible thank you to 4 Paws 1 Heart, for everything you do for our community. Without your compassion, efforts and teamwork, amazing success stories such as Violets, would not be possible”.violet 9:1:17

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