Rescued on 25 November 2021, Bonny was a stray being fed by a Guard at a local hospital, but her Mange and malnutrition were beginning to take over.
She may be a candidate for "care in the community", a plan that gets strays back to good health, and then once sterilised, returned to their life as a stray with help from their local humans.
Bonny was rescued 25 November 2021 from outside Ace Hospital, where a guard was feeding her scraps of food. She was very thin, had mange and some superficial wounds on her legs.
As she was being fed, she may be a candidate for "trap-neuter-release" and care in the community. Of course we would love it if she were adopted, but the life of a stray is rarely one of sickness and starvation. Many live happy lives, foraging for food, running in packs and living a wild life.
Bonny will be treated at the Sanctuary, given vaccinations, a tattoo that marks her as free from Rabies, and neutered, so she can no longer add to the numbers of strays in the locality. With additional support from us, she will likely be ok to go back.
She is a gentle soul, and should anyone like to step forward and provide her a loving home, they will be repaid with love in abundance.