9/5/23 – On August 14 we were contacted about a beautiful stay who was found, very thin, looking very sick, but very friendly. Her finder thought she was abandoned because she was so very friendly. She appeared to have an upper respiratory infection but she also seemed to have “issues with her private parts” and a possible urinary tract infection. At first I authorized Broccoli to be seen at one of our partner veterinary hospitals who was faster to get into. The doctor there was able to provide antibiotics for a possible infection and calicivirus which resulted in mouth ulcers.. For follow up treatment, Broccoli was seen at Patterson Veterinary Hospital. She was kept overnight to prepare her for surgery the following day. Broccoli had a severe uterus infection which was treated with her spay. She will have one last follow up with our doctors for deworming and, I should also note, that Broccoli was found to be negative for felv/fiv. It appears that Broccoli will be kept as a permanent member of the family in that everyone has fallen in love with her. That wasn’t the original plan but I think we can all relate to how that can change. Wishing Broccoli the best life. – diana P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080

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