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Update and pictures of Cloud

Cloud1This is Cloud after her operation, the poor little girl has had a temperature and an infection in the wound but she has had lots of injections to make her feel better. She is such a sweet girl that loves snuggles and to be cuddled and she really does deserve lots of love, she is a very brave girl. There are also pictures of her xrays here,that give some idea what this poor dog has been through.


News about Cloud
Today 10 week old Cloud underwent major surgery to repair her leg.Her front left leg was broken in three places, the vet does not believe this was the result of a road traffic accident. She has been plated and pinned but it will be 6-8 weeks before we know if the op was a success. So far the bill comes to almost £2000!!... We were the only rescue prepared to give her the chance of life.
A personal message from Pip

Star lay across my lap as I hugged and kissed her and told her I loved her and I said twinkle twinkle my little star, she was gone in seconds at last free from pain and suffering.

Star you were only in my life for such a short time but will be in my heart forever. You didn’t deserve the life that was doled out to you, but the love from everyone that was given and sent to you I hope you knew and felt.

I am beyond devastated I can’t find the words to express how I feel, life was so cruel to Star, I just cannot get my head round this. I feel totally heartbroken and over whelmed with grief. I feel sick to my stomach that this little girl came to me just to late ,a couple of days, a week, who knows it might have made all the difference to her and we might have been able to save her, god bless her.

Do you know what, I would do it all again and face the heartache for that chance to save another dog.

I want Stars picture to stay on here for a while to shock people and make them see how cruel people can be I want Star to be remembered because I will never forget her.Star2




Meet Cloud

CloudAfter reading the events of the last few days you would think that Pip would have run out of room in her heart, but you would be very very wrong, only hours after Stars passing Pip was told about this little girl and she just said "give me the number"

Very Sad News

It is with a very heavy hearts that we have to let you know of the passing of little Star. Sadly she passed away last night, her little body was not able to fight any longer and nothing more could be done for her. Pip and the wonderful vets team did everything possible to save her, however she has now gone to the great lurcher sofa in the sky, and the only relief is that she is no longer suffering.

Pip is exhausted, emotionally and physically and is grieving Stars passing, so understandably is not able to take any calls for the next couple of days, but she wanted us to say a huge thank you to everyone who has sent messages of support and donations for Star which have come close to covering her vets bill.

Star we tried our very best and you were loved in your final days, rest in peace.

Good News

With all the worrying news about Star we are delighted to be able to report some wonderful news about Booboo.

Many of you will remember the poor emaciated dog that came into EGLR a couple of months ago with terrible mange and virtually no fur. Well here she is today, looking very very healthy, what a different dog.Booboo7

We would like to send our heart felt thanks to everyone who made donations of money, food and bedding for Booboo's care. Without your generosity and kindness we simply could not give these dogs new lives.

The even better news for Booboo is that she has found a forever home and she is moving in very soon and will have lots of doggy friends to play with. What a fantastic end to her time with EGLR but it is really the start of her new life of happiness. We wish her well!!

News about Star

On Thursday evening Star was given only a 5% chance of making it through the night but we are happy to say that she is still with us and fighting. She still has a very long way to go and is still very very ill so we are taking it literally hour by hour, she is being fed very small amounts of food at every hour and is being nursed 24 hours by the vet team. It is still very early days but is receiving the best possible care.

Everyone at EGLR has been deeply touched by the sheer volume of messages of support and donations that we have received towards Stars care. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you all and can assure that all donations will be going towards helping little Star pull through.

We will of course keep you updated on her progress as soon as we have any news, so please keep an eye on the website or our Facebook page for more information.

StarThis poor little thing is called Star she is only 18 months old and is a whippet cross lurcher and although we are bursting at the seams with dogs Pip has managed to find a place to squeeze her in with us. Just because she is now safe the future is not looking completely rosy for her as she needs 24/7 vet care for the next few days and we are not sure if she will make it.
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