Lake Norman Humane Highlights Medical Cases

Emily Beebe

, Lifestyle

Lake Norman Humane has been the Outstanding Non-Profit for the month of August. We have been talking about the organization, volunteer opportunities, pet adoption, and now we’ll share with you some of the little known but essential care we give to our region’s animals.

 

Medical case highlights

Lake Norman Humane prides ourselves on partnering with and offering the best veterinary care possible to all our animals. While every animal we intake is special, well-cared for, and LOVED; we love to highlight some of our extra special medical cases. Our rescue goal is to take in animals who would otherwise be euthanized. Through our medical funds, grants, generous supporters, and veterinary partnerships we are able to save so many animals in need of medical care. Meet some of our amazing medical saves!

 

Bambi, Before and After

 

Meet Bambi

Bambi is an adorable 2-year-old boxer/pit mix. She was confiscated by a local animal control after giving birth to 16 puppies and 13 of the pups passing away. Bambi and her 3 remaining puppies were extremely emaciated, loaded with intestinal parasites and had to be rushed to a local emergency clinic.  They were hospitalized for several days and had to receive numerous blood transfusions. Sadly, one of her puppies, Brooks, wasn’t strong enough to pull through and we lost him after 4 blood transfusions. Her other puppies; Brock and Bailey have thrived and found their forever homes. Bambi, sadly, is heartworm positive and will still need to undergo heartworm treatment. She has gained 15 pounds, loves everyone she meets, and is thriving at our facility. Bambi is looking for that special home to give her the life she was previously denied.

 

 

Meet Flip Flop

Flip Flop was found as a stray in Cabarrus County. It appears he had been hit by a car and then left. Flip Flop (shown above) suffered multiple fractures to his left hind leg. Our animal control partner reached out to us to pull Flip Flop into our program and provide much needed medical care for him. He will be in a cast for 6-8 weeks, does amazing in his foster home, and will make the purrfect addition to any home!

 

 

Meet Gerald

Tree and Gerald

 

 

Gerald is an adorable 10 month old petite Beagle. He was surrendered to a local emergency hospital after being dumped on the side of the road. Gerald had undergone extreme abuse prior to surrender which left him with multiple fractures to his top and bottom jaw. Through our generous supports and an emergency grant from the Ian Somerholder Foundation; we were able to save Gerald, provide much needed medical care, and get him established in a loving foster home. Gerald has both top and bottom jaws wired, will have permanent malformation; but eats well and loves everyone he meets! He is on his road to recovery and will be looking for an amazing family to help him heal and learn to love!

 

 

 

 

 

How to help!

As a non-profit 501 (c)3, all our funds are generated from our generous donors, grants, and fundraisers. We are unable to save our amazing animals WITHOUT you! TO make a donation or learn how to help visit lakenormanhumane.org. Donations can also be mailed to:

2106 Charlotte Hwy
Mooresville, NC 28117
Attn: Emily Beebe / Medical Fund

 

For more information:

On fundraising, volunteering, or ways to help—visit lakenormanhumane.org or visit our facility located at:

2106 Charlotte Hwy
Mooresville, NC 28117

704-663-3330

Email us at: info@lakenormanhumane.org

Facebook – Lake Norman Humane

 

 

 

Emily Beebe accepted the position of Director of Operations for Lake Norman Humane in April 2017. Prior to her role in rescue she dedicated her life to Emergency Veterinary and Trauma Care with a specialty in exotic medicine.  She currently resides in Terrell, NC with her wife Storm and their amazing daughter, Zoe. Together they run “Cajun Chicks” farm where they continue their passion for animals and care for their dogs, cats, guinea pigs, fish (including freshwater sharks and lobsters), bird, tortoise, and chickens.

 

 

Special thank you to Darla Adair Davis Photography for the photos provided.

 

 

 

 

 

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