Luke also needs a special home. After being saved from being euthanized at the local animal control shelter where he had tested positive for FIV, we noticed that he was favoring one of his legs when he walked. During a check-up at the veterinary clinic, it was found that he had an old injury (probably a dislocation of his wrist) that was beyond being fixed. It was also found that he was a little anemic, most likely because of his FIV.
Luke has been in foster care for the couple of months "pumping iron" and is now ready to go to a new, permanent, loving home with someone who understands his special needs and is ready to care for him for the rest of his life. Could that person be you?
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