The 11-pound peanut was hit by a car, badly fracturing both of his rear legs. He was brought to our friends at MADACC and transferred to WHS in hopes that we could treat his significant injuries.
For the past three months, Meister's fractures have been healing as he gains strength in a loving foster home. His foster mom Lauren says that "Meister is a wonderful, loving, crazy little bean. We think he is part kangaroo, rabbit, cat, bat and Chihuahua. His favorite past times are snuggling, hiding under blankets, walks, balls and chew toys. He’s also a great assistant at most household chores, he likes to help out and hang around with you."
Meister is getting stronger, but another surgery is likely on the horizon for the little fellow. One of his legs was so badly injured that we expect it will need to be amputated.
It's been a tough year already for Meister, and we promise to be at his side every moment. But we need your help.
The cost of Meister’s care is expected to exceed $4,000. Would you support Meister by donating $10, $25 or even $50? If you’d like to make a gift for this brave boy, please click here or call WHS at (414) 431-6119. You can also make a gift in honor of someone special and send them an e-card by donating here. Thank you!
p.s. Adoptions are first-come, first-served, as long as it’s a good fit. However, our amazing foster volunteers always get first dibbs on adopting their foster animal. To learn more about becoming a foster parent yourself, click here.
- Monday, April 16, 2018