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He was near an industrial estate in Istanbul, Turkey, and is being looked after by the charity he Art of Rescue. Children had put so much glue on him it acted like cement, and one of his ears became neurotic because it was starved of blood.
His skin also suffered extreme damage from the strong chemicals found in the glue and had to undergo a series of medical baths to help aid his recovery. Pascal, a stray puppy from Turkey, was at the wrong place at the wrong time when two twisted children started torturing the helpless dog. He was only four months old when a rescue team found him in an industrial building and brought Pascal to he Art of Rescue organization in Istanbul, Turkey.
The kids did a lot of terrible things to the poor dog and even covered the fellow in industrial glue. The glue acted like cement, and Pascal was so stiff he could basically move only his tongue.
The staff at the facility shaved off the glue, along with twigs and mud that was stuck to Pascal’s fur. His skin was raw, pulsing with red wounds. It suffered significant damage from the chemicals, so the pup had to undergo a series of medical baths to recover. Pascal was wary of humans, and he couldn’t trust anyone except his vet. But with the loving care of the whole rescue team, he began to socialize more and more after months of rehab.
When his wounds healed and the fur came back, Pascal was put up for adoption and soon found a warm, forever home in Spain. Now Pascal lives with his family with another dog, and the two are best buddies. They not only play together, but also run freely on the beach, and Pascal has finally began wagging his tail again. Narimaniola, founder of the Art of Rescue, said, Pascal was in a miserable state when I first saw him inside that box. He was not moving.
He had frozen very scared and very traumatized. After the glue has been removed, he stood in shock for one day. He was even turning his back to hide when he saw people. He’s doing better slowly getting used to the staff in the clinic, where, of course, love is being poured toward him. He especially bonded with one of the doctors who was in charge of him, Hassan Aiken.
They are best buddies. While many will have written Pascal off, medical staff and he Art of Rescue are dedicating their time to helping the puppy recover before finding him a new home. The Malnourished Mutt has already picked up admirers from around the world, with millions of people viewing videos of him online. He Art of Rescue, which specializes in rescuing cats and dogs found in awful conditions, is appealing for help as they rehabilitate Pascal and other animals. Rema added, we know his soul will mend in time, and the adoptive family will play a major role in this.
Our medical team is doing everything for him. The Art of Rescue has been described as one of the best animal hospitals in Turkey, but its team are now appealing for donations to help cover Pascal’s costly medical bills. Videos showing his transformation from malnourished and on the brink of death to a healthy, well fed puppy has drawn more than a million admirers from across the world, with the rescue center hoping some donations will be made to help cover his growing medical bills. We know his soul will mend in time, and the adoptive family will play a major role in this. Our medical team is doing everything for him to help Pascal return to strength.
Donations can be made directly to the heat of rescue. There are always anonymous heroes for all miserable animals like this puppy. Even rescuers themselves hadn’t seen anything like this before. When this poor, unrecognizable animal was found in a hole outside of London’s Canary Wharf, completely covered in mud, they knew they needed to act fast if they wanted to save the life of this unidentifiable creature. Once they washed the dirt off of him, what they saw was a breathtaking transformation that solved the mystery.
Few builders outside of one of London’s trading districts found a small animal stuck in a muddy hole on their construction site. Most probably he crawled there himself and then got trapped. It could have been too late for the little creature due to suffocation and hypothermia, but the animal, who looked like a puppy, was quickly taken to South Essex Wildlife Hospital, where they washed him, only to find out that it was a little beautiful red Fox. Hospital staff named the new patient Mudzi and fed him to make sure he regained his strength. Now mudsy is ready to go back to the wild.
So if you ever see a Fox in the forest with the shiniest, cleanest fur you’ve ever seen, you’ll know the whole story. When you’re just a little animal, it can be tough to navigate your way through a world dominated by humans. Luckily, there are plenty of living, breathing heroes out there who will go out of their way to right the wrongs when animals and human contraptions collide. Imgur User No Roots shared one such story. Builders at a construction site in Canary Wharf, London, must have been shocked when they discovered the little guy in the photo below, trapped in a hole covered in dirt and plastic.
The nameless Baby Fox was so filthy that his rescuers initially thought he was a puppy. So once they got him out of the hole, they took him to the South Essex Wildlife Hospital to get treated. We can’t blame this baby Fox’s rescuers for thinking he was a puppy. It’s hard to even tell he’s an animal. At South Essex Wildlife Hospital, he received a good scrubbing from the veterinary staff and the true identity of this little one started to show through.
It wasn’t until he was all cleaned up that his true identity was revealed. This lucky little one wasn’t a puppy, but a beautiful baby Fox. If rescuers hadn’t found this baby Fox trapped in a hole, who knows what would have happened to him. With all that dirt on him and no mother in sight fretting over him, he must have been tough to spot. What a lucky guy.
While we’re not sure if he’s old enough to be out and about on his own yet, he is capable of hands of the veterinary staff at the wildlife hospital who will help him learn to be the best Fox he can be before they release him back in the wild. This baby Fox is a special case because his rescuers thought he was a puppy. But if you ever come across a wild animal in need of help, please contact your local animal rescue hotline for more animal Earth life, vegan, food, health and recipe content published daily.
With over 150 delicious recipes, it is the largest, meatless, vegan and allergy friendly recipe resource to help reduce your environmental footprint and save animals and get healthy. Another brave action for this little animal. More information has been revealed about the baby box that was rescued from a pipe at a construction site near Oracle Park on Saturday afternoon, Lila Travis, the director of Yagracell Urban Wildlife Rescue in Patriot Hill, where the animal is currently in recovery, told SFGATE. A representative from the construction company reached out to her. The representative provided Travis with the address of the storage yards where the uninstalled pipes were shipped from.
According to the company, the pipes were from San Jose and Newark, leading Travis to believe that the animal found inside one of them is a non endangered Gray Fox native to San Francisco. Now the wildlife hospital is focused on ensuring she can be safely returned to her natural habitat. We’re able to get her into care with other orphan Foxes
so she can begin to work and to grow healthy and strong and get back into the wild. Our goal is to get her in with other Gray Fox babies her age so they can learn together and be released together, Travis said. We’ll be working with other local wildlife centers in the Newark and San Jose areas to figure out where the best placement for this little one is.
A baby Fox is currently recovering at Yagrassel Urban Wildlife Rescue and Patrick Hill after construction crews discovered the animal lodged in a pipe at the Mission Rock development site near Oracle Park over the weekend, rescue efforts began at around 01:28 P.m. On Saturday, San Francisco Fire Department spokesperson Jonathan Baxter told SFGATE.
The night before, crews on site heard noises coming from an uninstalled pipe and found the Fox’s head peeking out from one end. A security guard placed a French Fry next to the pipe in an attempt to lure the Fox out, but noticed that the animal appeared to be trapped. San Francisco Animal Care and spokesperson Deborah Campbell said they called the agency the next morning, but Megan Clark, one of the officers on duty, realized they needed special tools to free the Fox and contacted the fire Department for backup once they arrived.