Jaya’s life didn’t start off very well. She was found living on the street with a broken forearm. TNR Trust picked her up and immediately brought her to the vet. The vet found 2 broken bones, which had to be surgically pinned for quite a while.
As we did not want her to stay at the vet for a long time, one of our volunteers stepped up to take her in. This volunteer has an extensive background in veterinary assistance and was capable of taking care of Jaya’s pinned leg and keep a close eye on her. She also needed regular trips to the vet for rabies vaccination, spaying and medical check-ups.
After she was completely healed, we moved her to another foster home for some more socializing as this home had dogs and a child. The foster family taught her to walk on a leash and included her in their family life. Jaya also loved being outside with the gardener and became very social. She even started insisting on greeting every single person she saw!
We were eventually able to find Jaya a new loving home with an amazing family
TNR Trust wants to do a BIG SHOUT-OUT to the following people:
- The TNR Volunteer (you know who you are!) who first took Jaya in, painstakingly followed up her condition and patiently taught her that counter-surfing is not allowed 🙂
- The generous Canadians who donated towards Jaya’s surgery when she first came into our care
- The Foster family who took exceptionally good care of her as she waited for her forever family
- Her new family, who sent us such lovely update pictures of how she is doing