In March 2023, we awarded Woodside Animal Centre – RSPCA Leicestershire £18,000 to help it with veterinary bills.
This has helped an additional 622 animals like Dotty.
Dotty had been involved in a road traffic accident with severe injuries, which included a pelvic fracture and an open fracture to one of her back legs.
An X-ray determined that it wasn’t possible to save the damaged back leg, and the decision was taken to amputate the limb, saving little Dotty’s life.
If you’re a rescue looking for financial assistance with veterinary bills, have a look at our grant programme for rescue centres here.
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