Remember Noah, our lurcher in need of some love and care. He was rescued from the floods after being abandoned and having to save himself from the growing water level by getting on top of his kennel. More information about how Noah came into us can be found HERE.
Following our appeal to our wonderful supporters, we were able to book Noah in for 10 sessions of hydrotherapy with Pet Rehab, Uley, Gloucestershire.
Noah has now had 4 sessions of his hydrotherapy with Ali at Pet Rehab. He has taken to his treatment well and this is a big step towards his recovery.
Noah also still continues to receive physiotherapy with Artaine at Gloucestershire Small Animal Physiotherapy. Artaine has been fantastic with Noah and many other animals at the centre by helping the ones in need with physiotherapy completely free of charge. We are forever grateful to Artaine and the wonderful work she does with our animals! Since lockdown, we haven't been able to have anyone other than staff into the centre. Artaine has overcome this issue and video calls us for Noahs sessions!
This week, Noah was joined for his hydrotherapy treatment by his wonderful rescuer on that very night, RSPCA inspector Jon Ratcliffe. Jon rescued Noah from the floods back in February. We thought it only fitting to have him come back and see how well Noah is and the transformation in him.
Noah was cold, dirty, extremely nervous, hungry and suffering from an old break to his pelvis. Jon did a fantastic job of rescuing Noah that dreadful night in extreme circumstances. We feel honored to carry on with the care that Noah needs.
CDCH rescue and rehabilitate many animals like Noah. To see the difference with just some love and care can make to their lives is the most rewarding thing about the work we do.
Without the support of our community, none of this could be possible. From the donations made and wonderful homes offered to animals in need... THANK YOU.
To help us support more animals like Noah, please DONATE what you can HERE. We appreciate all of your help, love and support to the charity and the animals in our care.
Photo credit to Paul Nicholls Photography (www.paulnichollsphotography.com)