Today Lisko sends his special regards to the friends of the Farm! True, he is no longer that fluffy guy, but at least he isn’t getting eaten alive by the worms, his recovery is advancing at a great pace!
Original post 18/08/2016
Lisko is a homeless dog. He lived a normal life, well fed and taken care of, by the house of kind people who loved him. One day – he was gone. And then another one passed, and another… the boy must have wandered off after a female in season. They weren’t expecting to see him again, until he returned. In an unthinkable state.
He was found well wrapped in wire. Through the body, the neck, but mostly the legs. A well tied wire, rupturing his skin and meat, leaving Lisko half-dead of pain and infection. But we probably wouldn’t be so shocked with the sight of him, if it weren’t for the hundreds of larvae, eating him alive right in front of us.
Dessy and Dimka spent hours removing the larvae from his wounds, so he can be shaved and cleaned. For now the good guy is only sleeping. During the short walks and procedures, he is calm, as much as someone who has suffered so badly can be.
We hope he will make a full recovery under the care of d-r Marincheva and d-r Ilieva. And to the monster who did this to him – we wish a quick mental health recovery, we pray these “games” are stopped. If it weren’t for a stroke of luck, this would have been a horrible, agonizing death.
You’re a lucky guy, Lisko.
No more agony. You’re with us now. No more.
The Farm shelter exists and works for the animals in need only thanks to the kind donations, made by regular people. We aren’t an international organization, we have no government support, no EU funding or anything of the sort…
We are a small group of friends who love animals and work together for a simple goal – to have a place where the unwanted, the forgotten, the abandoned, would find the help they need. If you would like to help us help them, please support the shelter, make a small monthly donation. Dogs like Lisko have nowhere else to go and we are really struggling. Thank you!