Snicker
2011  Snicker came to us from the Cumberland County Animal Control Center in Cumberland County.  This pound euthanizes over 11,000 animals per year so you can see how lucky he is to have made it out alive.  He was very lucky to have some nice ladies working there that liked his friendly personality and went the extra mile to find a place for him instead of euthanizing him.   He is super super friendly. 6/3/2015  Snicker developed a pneumothorax ( a life threatening infection in the chest, google it :)  He was rushed to the Critical Care animal hospital in Cary to try to save his life.  60% survive. 6/7  Chest tubes, feeding tubes, antibiotics and oxygen therapy are doing their job.  He is doing much better.  We think he is out of the woods.  It will still be several more days before he comes home. 6/12  He is home, still has a feeding tube, is doing better. Has to go back in 2 weeks for x-rays. 10/24/15  He is doing great, his last CT says the thing in his chest appears to be resolving itself.  He is eating, playing and being the Snicker we know. Sponsored by Douglas - Thank you! Sponsored by Angela - Thank you! Sponsored by Hayley - Thank you!! Sponsored by Dena - Thank you! Sponsored by Dawn - Thank you! Sponsored by John  - Thank you!      
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Snicker
2011  Snicker came to us from the Cumberland County Animal Control Center in Cumberland County.  This pound euthanizes over 11,000 animals per year so you can see how lucky he is to have made it out alive.  He was very lucky to have some nice ladies working there that liked his friendly personality and went the extra mile to find a place for him instead of euthanizing him.   He is super super friendly. 6/3/2015  Snicker developed a pneumothorax ( a life threatening infection in the chest, google it :)  He was rushed to the Critical Care animal hospital in Cary to try to save his life.  60% survive. 6/7  Chest tubes, feeding tubes, antibiotics and oxygen therapy are doing their job.  He is doing much better.  We think he is out of the woods.  It will still be several more days before he comes home. 6/12  He is home, still has a feeding tube, is doing better. Has to go back in 2 weeks for x-rays. 10/24/15  He is doing great, his last CT says the thing in his chest appears to be resolving itself.  He is eating, playing and being the Snicker we know. Sponsored by Douglas - Thank you! Sponsored by Angela - Thank you! Sponsored by Hayley - Thank you!! Sponsored by Dena - Thank you! Sponsored by Dawn - Thank you! Sponsored by John  - Thank you!      
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