Kitten found in a rhinoceros pen almost two months ago, was released from Care Animal Hospital after another close call of danger December 23rd.
Laurie Allen loves her flock of ducks but when one of her mallards “Daffy” was attacked by an opossum, she feared the worst. The damage to the neck was pretty gruesome. Almost three quarters of the neck was exposed to the base of the skull.
Three year-old “Lou” wasn’t bred to be a police dog. In fact, when Care Animal Hospital’s Dr. Richard Kane and his wife Cheri brought her home, they expected she’d live a pretty ordinary life. They soon realized this well-mannered Border-Collie had much more to offer. Thanks to their generous donation, Lou is now a certified bomb-sniffing canine deployed in support of Homeland Security.