Sunday, January 13, 2019

She's Baaaack ~


DSO and I picked up Cindy Lou Who yesterday.  She seems to be doing well though is a bit groggy and is sleeping/resting most of the time.  She is still on an antibiotic, plus a pain med and a mild sedative to keep her calm.  She seems comfortable.  I will carry her up and down the stairs for a few days to avoid any incision problems.  Thankfully she is laid back and cooperative. 
 
 
Can you believe this is what was removed from her bladder?  Poor baby.  She is just a 22# furbaby.  This has taken a very long time to develop, I'm guessing at least a couple of years.  Is this the reason she was being sold on Craigslist for $20?  The constant need to urinate obviously didn't just start.  What would have become of her if the angel named Vanny hadn't bought her before some unscrupulous person did wanting her for breeding purposes?  She has obviously already had many litters of pups.  NO MORE.  She was also spayed.  No more babies for her.
 
 
The blue thing around her neck is a gentler "cone of shame" to prevent licking the incision.
 
 
I am happy she is back with me and on her way to a new, better life.  I hear they have someone who previously adopted a puggle from Ohio Pug Rescue who may be interested in adopting her.  Cindy Lou Who will be a hard one to say goodbye to, but that's what fostering is all about.
 
Don't you just love a good play on words?
 
 
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug (& puggle) hugs :)
Lauren

17 comments:

Saundra said...

Cindy Lou doesn't know it back, but she will be much happier in a couple weeks and full of life she never knew existed. Glad you got the fostering of this one cute pup!!!

Julia said...

Oh my gosh, that's unbelievable. She must have suffered much and for a long time. What kind of people would let a poor little dog suffer for so long like that? I wonder if these people have more dogs that are in poor health. If so, the should be brought to justice...

Now that my rant is over, I'm so happy for both of you that CLW is on the road to recovery. She will be ever grateful to you when she is all better. Speedy recovery Miss CLW.

Love the play on words.
God Bless, Ms. Lauren. Hugs, Julia

Prims By The Water said...

Wow that thing was inside her...poor thing. So glad she is ok now. Hoping she finds her forever home now. Janice

acorn hollow said...

wow how awful did she feel!!! She is comfortable and will feel so much better after.
you are her angel too.
Cathy

Farm Girl said...

haha that is so funny and cute, get kilt. I am so glad she is doing so much better now. I do hope that person adopts her and she finds a forever home. She looks like such a sweetie. That is a huge stone!
Poor girl.

Three Sheep Studio said...

Sweet puppy probably feels brand new !
Rose

Margaret said...

Awww, poor little thing! Yikes, that is one big stone! I love the gentler cone of shame. I didn't know such things existed. Good to know! I admire you so much for your fostering efforts!

marly said...

Glad she is home with you and healing. She seems so sweet and docile. Maybe once feeling better and realizing she won't be scolded for accidents (by previous owners), she may turn into a fireball!!

Jennie in GA said...

Good news!! Bless her little heart...and yours. Speedy recovery CLW.

TheCrankyCrow said...

Awwww... so sweet LCLW..... So glad she had that taken care of and hope she is on her way to complete healing They are such innocents.... Have a great new week..and uhmmm, if you were wondering....no, Christmas is not yet put away. Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

WoolenSails said...

I am glad she is home and feeling better, so sad that people neglect pups like that.

Debbie

Karen Larsen said...

Thank you for all you do to help these pups. CLW is lucky to have found her way to Ohio Pug Rescue and you!

Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

poor puggle! I am so happy she has you for a foster-momma ~ glad she is now resting and healing...still chuckling at your mousel-meme :)
L

NMK said...

So happy she is doing well & she may have a new 4ever home …..that is a great soft collar to protect her surgery

Larkrise garden girl said...

Poor Cindy Lou.You are an 😇

moosecraft said...

OMG! What a rock! Yes...that poor girl has been suffering for way too long...glad she is recuperating and on her way to happier days!

BARBARA SHORES said...

The previous rotten owners used her for profit and then pretty much gave her away and did not want to help with her problem. This poor baby has suffered more than her share. Thanks so much Lauren for being a loving and caring, foster, fur baby mom. Bless your heart. Wow that is one big rock ... Thankful she is on her way to recovery and will then be 100% again. Hugs for Cindy Lou...
Warmest Regards with Peace and Blessings, Barb