When I saw her, I could only quietly approach her and carry her to the car with tears in my eyes
This girl was paralyzed, unable to move her hind legs; she may have had erlichia. Despite Eva’s repeated requests for assistance, no one wanted to assist her.
“I simply approached her discreetly, brought her to the car, and drove home. The next day, I’d take Eva to the vet for all of her blood tests.”
Eva was eating well and felt fine. We had an appointment with a specialist that day to check on her. The doctor performed a comprehensive blood test and discovered that she did not have erlichia or HW. She was only anemic, so how come she couldn’t move her legs?
Unfortunately, the doctor delivered some awful news. We had taken Eva to have X-rays the day before, and the doctor revealed two injured vertebrae that were giving her a lot of pain and paralysis in both legs.
According to the vet, “the injury was caused by a hit from a car or a person. The orthopedic surgeon would next determine if surgery was a viable option for her.”
Eva was given a lot of pain medicine every day to make her comfortable, peaceful, and happy. Eva was doing well, and her rehabilitation was going well.
She was hardly alive three weeks ago, and then the bucket could move more. Her back legs were strengthening to the point where she could stand up as a cane.
Eva knew she had a long road to recovery ahead of her, so she always gave it her all. She had massages every day, electric stimulation every 3 days and water therapy.
Eva has done a great job with her rehabilitation and therapy in a very short period of time. Her hind legs were becoming stronger and more flexible. Her front legs were no longer rigid, she could straighten them and positioned them erect.
“We learnt a lot from Eva; she never gave up and demonstrated what a great warrior she was.”
Eva had plasma therapy the day before, and she was having weekly injections, which seemed to be helping. That day she became better, got up longer time and took several steps.
“A few days ago, I thought getting Eva a wheelchair, but I thought it was a poor idea.” Because she was walking more and more every day, and I was very happy of her.
She had never seen the sea before, so she rushed and leapt, relishing those tranquil moments. It was great to see Eva happy.
She has finally found the family and home she deserves. She became a Canadian citizen, was treated decently, and was free to do anything she wanted.
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