We thought she was dead…watch her amazing recovery
She was losing consciousness when our rescuers arrived and seemed to have recently been hit on the head, though no one had seen how or with what. Fresh blood streamed down her face. As soon as we got her back to Animal Aid we treated her and bandaged her deep wound. She slept almost constantly for the next 2 weeks, rousing to eat and drink a little on her own but showing only brief signs of interest in her surroundings. We were afraid she had suffered permanent brain damage from the trauma. But one day in her third week of treatment something changed! Her long tail started performing loop-de-loops. She stood, she kissed us all, and threw herself into the arms of those who had, for days, been kneeling beside her trying, it seemed in vain, to coax her back to the living. We had to name her Happy in the end–you’ll soon see why.
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