Kilo came to MMFFR after his previous companion/owner brought harm to Kilo by way of a selfish choice or act leaving this poor fellow with chemical burns on his hind limb. Currently Kilo is believed to be approx 2.5 years old. Kilo is considered a special needs as the injury which was caused by his prior owner requires amputation that Kilo will undergo on March 28th. Due to Kilo's upcoming surgery & required rehabilitation is the reason Kilo is unavailable for adoption at this time. Unaware of the length of time he will need to recover and/or the amount of time needed for his rehabilitation please understand that we cannot give anyone a time frame as for when he will be re-listed as available. Kilo will be neutered, completely vaccinated, socialized, obedient, kennel and crate trained prior to his future adoption.
Kilo will need everyone to pray, send healing vibes, or wishes during this time. We will be focused on recovery which will require many vet visits, medications, services, supplies, and much much more all of which can be very expensive to say the least. Kilo will be a three legged canine or aka Tripod post op which will require, experience, knowledge and one very special family when his time comes to try re-homing in the far future. If anyone would like to help our rescue with donated goods, supplies, food, or funding which is all needed in order to help Kilo as well as others please know that your donations are tax deductible and can be sent via PayPal or to our Po Box mailing address. PayPal information and mailing address can be found on our website at www.mmffrescue.org please remember to send your positive thoughts for Kilo during this time and especially on March 28th. We thank you!
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