Pharaoh's Road to Recovery
Recently our Field Services Officers received a call from a concerned citizen. A nearby house reeked from the stench of ammonia and chemicals, and there were cats living inside.
After entering the home, our officers discovered a cat named Pharaoh with a very bad burn on his neck. The resident surrendered the cat and our officers immediately rushed Pharaoh to get medical attention.
A trusted veterinary partner examined Pharaoh and concluded that the injury was a chemical burn. He prescribed the sweet and gentle cat antibiotics and a daily wound cleaning regimen to help him heal as quickly and painlessly as possible.
Pharaoh is currently staying with a foster family as his burn heals. Even through his pain, he is affectionate and loving. It's as though he understands that he is now safe.
Heartwrenching stories like Pharaoh's are all too common. Your support helps the HSWC be a resource to the Washington County community to save animals who can't save themselves.
Animals like Pharaoh need you, and your donation helps save lives. Any amount makes a big difference. Any amount gives hope.