Life in a shelter may be difficult for some animals, since no matter how hard the volunteers and staff try to make their life better, rejection from potential adopters and long waits for the right home can be depressing.
Faced with this predicament and a lack of space at animal shelters, several of these facilities have adopted a pro-euthanasia stance, allowing children with medical conditions, old age, and little chance of adoption to be put to sleep. null.
The whole procedure might seem horrifying, but it’s an option that many facilities use in circumstances like Milo, an aged and disfigured kitten that was rejected by everyone.
This feline’s life had not been easy; he had been exposed to the most heinous abuses for years, and when he was rescued, he had major facial injuries. The young youngster endured multiple operations and ultimately lost his left eye.
Despite his rescuers’ best intentions, Milo’s medical expenditures began to build up in a couple of weeks, and the shelter’s donations were being spent on Milo alone.
Due to the terrible condition and the kitten’s slim chance of survival, the volunteers considered euthanizing it and putting an end to its suffering.
Fortunately, a ray of hope shone for this kitten when a rescuer called Furball Farm Pet Sanctuary, a facility that specializes in these kind of severe instances and provides animals that have had their days numbered a second opportunity.
The staff from Furball Farm arrived on time on the day of Milo’s planned injection, saving the kitten’s life.
“The cats who are allowed into our sanctuary have been on the verge of being euthanized. We are the LAST HOPE for you. “On our website, we state that we will only take cats from hospitals, rescues, seized, humanitarian societies that are regarded inappropriate due to their behavior,” the shelter says.
“We frequently discover that animals deemed ‘unadoptable’ when they arrive at our sanctuary are loving cats who simply did not adapt well to life in a cage. For a contribution, the kitties will be available for adoption. They said, “We do not believe in the euthanasia of healthy dogs.”
Milo’s life has been extended, and he now lives in a more dignified manner. He is waiting for a loving family, but in the meanwhile, he may freely enjoy his life at the humanized shelter among his new feline pals.