Friday, February 6, 2015

Dora beats the odds


Dora the goat was the victim of a horrific hunting arrow attack and her rescue was made possible by the quick response of our RSPCA Inspectors who were on the scene as soon as Dora’s owner alerted them to her plight.

Dora was rushed to the RSPCA Sydney Vet Hospital by our Inspectors and taken into surgery, but there was one pressing problem. We suspected that Dora might be pregnant. So before anything could be done to save the mum, we needed to check on the kid... or as we were soon to find out... two kids. Dora was carrying twins and thankfully, they both had heartbeats.

This story’s happy ending was made possible because you give so that we can act. Without your generosity and continued support, Dora’s plight may have been quite different. Your commitment to the cause and generous support of our services means that we are able to fight for animals like Dora every day. Please support our fight to always be there for animals in need.



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