Zoe, meaning Life, was rescued in November 2018 from horrific living conditions. She was seized by humane officers in the field and the owner was cited and prosecuted for animal abuse. After suffering years of neglect, Zoe scored a 1 on the Henneke body condition scoring system (awfully, a 1 is the closest to death), had severely overgrown hooves, ulcers in both eyes, and atleast one untreated abscessed tooth that had rotten through her sinus cavity, bridge of her mouth, and out through her face just below her left eye. She also has chronic sinusitis, cushings, a thyroid issue, and tested with high insulin levels in her blood. She was in very poor condition and deserved better.
Zoe arrived home with us in February 2019. We are doing everything possible to make her comfortable and to live out the rest of her sweet little life pain free. We are following a strict plan from her veterinary team and will be gearing her up for a much needed surgery to try to beat the infection that has plague her for so long.
Welcome home Zoe.