MEG – A1061857
Urgent 12-30-2015 Brooklyn
*SAFE* 12/30/15 – NEEDS TO GO TO A LOCAL VET ASAP!! **A Donor has graciously offered $300 to the New Hope Partner that pulls Meg!** Meg needs immediate veterinary care for medical management and supportive care OR emergency c-section.
**A Donor has graciously offered $300 to the New Hope Partner that pulls Meg!**
Meg A1061857- 2 years old, Female, Domestic Short Hair, White and Black, Stray, 10.3 pounds
Approx 2 yr
Presented BAR, in active stage 2 labor, limb of fetus protruding from vulva, Meg will intermittently push.
Abdominal radiographs revealed one kitten lodged in birth canal and 3 other kittens in uterus.
Manual manipulation to correct and advance the fetus was unsuccessful and fetus is deceased.
Notified NH, Meg needs immediate veterinary care for medical management and supportive care OR emergency c-section.
Risk of uterine ruputre w/ medical management, and risk of septic abdomen if taken to surgery.
Vaccines, pyrantel, and activyl were not given due to medical condition.
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