NOLAN: Miracle #1
Nolan, a lab cross, was unable to open his mouth to eat. He had to slurp his food and water. This photo shows his limited jaw range before surgery. Nolan came from Texas, with a laundry list of ailments he needed to work through before he'd be strong enough for surgery. This summer, he was finally ready. The surgery was a success!
Nolan is now able to open his mouth a bit wider. The massive ear infection plaguing him was cleared out -- turned out it was partially causing his locked jaw!
Nolan still has some issues to correct, but he is doing so well in his recovery! He seems unfazed by his hardships because of his happy go lucky personalty. He still enjoys every day he gets to run around with his human siblings.
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CEDAR: Miracle #2
Cedar was a kitten born into foster care along with his three siblings. This litter was the unfortunate result of suspected over breeding, possibly inbreeding of a feral mom off the street. The entire litter had "quirks" about them, but Cedar was in the worst shape. He was under developed, with a severely deformed rib cage. We knew he might not be with us for long.
In August, Cedar underwent a very new surgery to correct the curling of his sternum. There was little medical backing to predict his chance of surviving the surgery.
Luckily, Cedar's will to survive is strong. The little ginger pulled through surgery and recovery with minimal issues. Today, Cedar is thriving in foster care!
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