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Lotus II

Name: Lotus II
Breed: Mix
Gender: Female
Age: ca 3 years and 7 months
Neutered/Spayed: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
DCC dog since: 3 years and 5 months
Description:

As with so many puppies, Lotus' DCC life started in a box in front of the clinic. She was heartlessly abandoned there together with her siblings. We took the little group into our clinic and nursed the pups back to health. Lotus grew up beautifully and we were delighted when she was adopted at four months old.

Unfortunately, Lotus fell ill with babesiosis later and had to be hospitalized. Although all treatments are free for our Rehome dogs, her owner was no longer interested in his dog and so she never returned home. After recovery, she was "too old" to be adopted again. Due to a lack of space in the clinic, we decided to place her through our DCC 50+ program eventually.

She now lives with an animal-loving family near the clinic. As the family is very poor, we support them with a monthly pension. So Lotus is always taken care of and the family also has a secure income. A real win-win situation. But all this has to be financed!

We are now looking for sponsors who want to support Lotus and her poor family.

Every sponsorship helps us continue to help people and animals in Sri Lanka!

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Lotus II is sponsored by:

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Description:

As with so many puppies, Lotus' DCC life started in a box in front of the clinic. She was heartlessly abandoned there together with her siblings. We took the little group into our clinic and nursed the pups back to health. Lotus grew up beautifully and we were delighted when she was adopted at four months old.

Unfortunately, Lotus fell ill with babesiosis later and had to be hospitalized. Although all treatments are free for our Rehome dogs, her owner was no longer interested in his dog and so she never returned home. After recovery, she was "too old" to be adopted again. Due to a lack of space in the clinic, we decided to place her through our DCC 50+ program eventually.

She now lives with an animal-loving family near the clinic. As the family is very poor, we support them with a monthly pension. So Lotus is always taken care of and the family also has a secure income. A real win-win situation. But all this has to be financed!

We are now looking for sponsors who want to support Lotus and her poor family.

Every sponsorship helps us continue to help people and animals in Sri Lanka!