Lola came to us as an owner surrender who had been bred multiple times and other than for breeding purposes, we believe has never seen a vet. Her poor little underweight body is covered in scabs and scaly skin, her chest is completely bald, and her nails have been neglected. She also has ear infections. Upon examination our vet believes some of her health issues are caused by cystic ovaries and she is scheduled for a spay on the 26th.
Lola needs a good food, lots of rest, and will be on antibiotics for months. When her owners dropped her off with our rescue they first told us she was 5-ish, then the more they talked they said she was 6, then as the time stretched on for the intake interview she was 7. When we received her paperwork it turns out she is 9! Lola will be moving into our hospice program where we will provide her with a loving foster family to call her own.