Our Campaign Story

ends 02 Apr 2018, 11:59 PM

A month ago, we noticed that there was something wrong with Angus' right eye and brought him to his first of many vet visits. It was diagnosed as an infection, and he came home in an Elizabeth collar, and this was probably the only one time that he looked sad and uncomfortable. By the next day, he was back to his active little self, running around and barking for attention.
Unfortunately, less than a week later his eye seemed to be getting worse. He was referred to Mount Pleasant, but by this time, his eye had ruptured and a cornea ulcer had developed. For the next 2 weeks, this brave little boy really showed us that nothing was going to get him down. He enjoyed play time, even though he wasn't allowed to play with his foster doggie buddies. He would allow us to administer his medicine (around 20 times a day) without any struggle.
Sadly, his eye deteriorated and the vet decided that the kindest thing to do was to remove his eye once and for all as he was already completely blind in the eye. Moveover, his movements had to be so restricted and he was missing out the best time of his life to interact with other pups. Within hours after his operations, this fluffy trooper was back up and running around the clinic while waiting for us to pick him up.
Angus is well on his way to becoming a healthy and strong doggy. To-date his vet bills have reach a total of $1500. Please help us with the bills if you can. Any amount will be most appreciated.

About The Charity

SOSD is a volunteer-run organisation dedicated to the welfare of Singapore's many street dogs.

Our mission is to eliminate cruelty and abandonment of animals, enhancing their welfare, and improve the lives of animals and humans, through rescue, education and advocacy.

To find out more, please visit the website
www.sosd.org.sg/

To follow us on Facebook, please click on the following link www.facebook.com/SOSDSingapore/

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Animal Welfare