In the impoverished regions of the world where the Network for Animals’ team works, dogs who are injured, crippled, or need medicine have almost no chance of survival.
That’s why I want to tell you this tragic but uplifting story about Rayita in Cuba, in the sincere hope that you will donate whatever you can afford today to make more successes like his possible.
He didn’t want to die!
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The people in Cuba care about animals but get by on next to nothing. Still, the kind 80-year-old woman who saw Rayita didn’t hesitate. She opened her home to this dog!
Fortunately, our friends at PAC (Proteccion Animales de la Ciudad) in Havana heard about Rayita. In a brokenhearted voice his rescuer described how she’d scraped together a way to urgently get him to a veterinarian.
His legs were useless.
His drag wounds, too vast.
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The day one of my team visited Rayita, his rescuer wept with gratitude upon hearing we could get this brave boy a simple wheelchair and lifting harness.
Finally, after months of healing Rayita was ready for his wheels. You’ll see in the video he was so excited to move again, we didn’t even have time to add the sling for his feet! (We have sourced this however and it will be delivered soon.)
Together, we will bring joy and relief to as many Rayitas as possible.
Thank you so much for not turning away from the crippled, sick, and injured dogs who are suffering right now in the world’s poorest places.
For the animals,
Brian, Gloria and Max
P.S. Around the world there is a dog a day whose life could be changed by your gift of something as basic as heartworm medicine, wound care, or a rudimentary wheelchair. By directly transporting supplies into difficult areas where cash support mightn’t ever reach, your donation to Network for Animals is the best and fastest way you can help a broken dog. Please give generously as you can. Thank you with all my heart.