Henry is a young kitty who ate a large piece of foam causing a blockage in his intestines. The only way to remove the obstruction was to perform abdominal surgery. Henry was admitted into the Second Chance Fund and the doctors at Lodi Veterinary Care provide him the surgery and medical care he needed. Luckily, the surgery was performed before any permanent damage could occur allowing Henry to make a full recovery. Henry is a purring machine and loves everyone, including dogs! He is currently being fostered by a family but is looking for a family to adopt him. If you are interested in adopting Barney, please click on the link below to help Barney find his forever home!
Update: Henry has found his forever home with his roommate Barney below!
Barney is a friendly, lovable, one year old stray kitty who was found caught in wire fence. In his efforts to free himself, Barney severely fractured his back leg. The damage to his leg was so severe that the the only option to save him was to amputate his leg. Barney was admitted into The Second Chance Fund and underwent the extensive surgery provided by the doctors at Lodi Veterinary Care. He is recovering nicely and is bravely adapting to his amputation. Barney is ready to move into a foster home and is also looking for a special family to adopt him. If you are interested in fostering or adopting Barney, please click on the link below to help Barney find his forever home.
Update: Barney has found his forever home while a loving family was visiting his roommate Henry! Barney convinced Henry's family that they couldn't live without him and landed in a wonderful forever home!
Stewie is a young, energetic Pitbull mix that needed abdominal surgery due to severe gastrointestinal illness. Thankfully, due the Second Chance Fund, he was able to receive the surgery and care he needed and has made a complete recovery! Stewie is a sweet, lovable boy who gets along with everyone he meets. He became such good friends with his foster family's other dogs that he has been officially adopted by his foster family. We wish Stewie the best of luck in his new home!
Sully is an 8 week old kitten who somehow managed to get a string trapped around his front leg. The string was so tight that it cut off the circulation to his leg and caused permanent damage. Sully was unable to walk on or move his injured leg and it was determined that the only possible treatment was to amputate his leg. Sully was admitted into The Second Chance where the doctors at Lodi Veterinary Care performed the delicate surgery. Through his ordeal, Sully remained a lovable and affectionate kitten and brought joy to all who cared for him. Sully has made a complete recovery and has learned to walk, run, and play on his three remaining legs! He has stolen the hearts of his foster family who have recently just adopted him. We wish Sully the best of luck in the future!
Update: Sully is doing fantastic in his new home and his new family adores him!
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