Sweet little Bunny was rescued and taken into foster care. At the time she arrived she was covered with a fungus that left her with barely any hair.
She was malnourished and underweight and urinating blood from a urinary tract infection.
Fortunately there was one caring woman, Nikki Martinez, who knew she could help, so she took Bunny home to foster.
Nikki explains: “The day I rescued Bunny she was a bald hot mess. I took a deep breath and envisioned her having fluffy and hair strutting her stuff. It was the light at the end of the tunnel on her road to health.”
“In my head I was singing ‘I believe in miracles’ and picturing her healthy and happy. I only hope that Bunny’s recovery will motivate others to foster, especially kitties with fungal infections who are some of the first to be euthanized in municipal shelters.”
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A big thank you to Nikki and all the caring people who choose to foster animals and save lives. We appreciate all you do.
Here’s Bunny strutting her stuff on the night before her adoption day: