On 11 March 2022 we had reports of this poor soul - very weak and just hit by a car. Despite being really full right now we couldn't leave him. One of our long-term foster parents and adopter Matty reported him and with the help of another adopter Dana, organised transport to the Sanctuary. Matty and Dana named her Safari - meaning 'journey' in Swahili, and we shorted it to Saffy.
Initial tests on Saffy showed she was negative for Distemper and Parvo, but positive for Anaplasma, meaning she was anemic, very dehydrated and couldn't walk. She also has an infection and has multiple abrasions on her body, and not forgetting TVT, poor thing.
We gave her every possible medication and also IV fluids and oxygen. Pierre believed she had Sepsis given all her symptoms especially the rapid breathing and infection she came in with. She put up a fight, but went into respiratory distress on 13 March 2022 and despite our very best efforts we couldn't save her.
Run free Saffy, we are so sorry that we couldn't give you the life you deserved.