Phoenix is one of the five worst cases they have ever been able to save, according to Pitiful Animal. When the rescue team found Phoenix, she was in peril. Phoenix was lounging alone on a barren field, his frame thin.
She was being devoured by millions of ants that were swarming all over her. She wailed in agonizing anguish, unable to stand or move. No one saw her as she rested on the curb.
Why someone would be so indifferent to such an abandoned pet baffled us. Phoenix didn’t even give the meal a taste before I snatched the ants out from under her. When I departed, Phoenix was in the vehicle, and I headed right to the hospital. referred to the Savior
Soon after, she was examined by medical specialists who warned her that she might have cancer and a pelvic fracture. She had abnormally low body temperatures, was anemic, and was severely malnourished. Phoenix has successfully completed two trials, and both have produced poor outcomes.
At first, serum infusion was used in addition to the drugs that doctors had recommended to control body temperature. They eventually agreed to the long-term approach of using blankets and heaters. Phoenix frequently convulsed and seemed to be unable to control her behaviors, so it appeared that she had nerve damage.
Before the nurse could provide her with a shower, she had been in the hospital for two months. The entire medical staff, who were also beating the odds, was providing care for Phoenix.
We were delighted that Phoenix was doing so well and had no plans to end her life.
Phoenix had a three-month makeover. She was thin, attractive, and in good health. Particularly, she is living a beautiful life that many other animals may only imagine.