DOG SAVED FROM DEATH AND REUNITED WITH FAMILY - "Unable to afford emergency care, the family turned their injured dog over to the SPCA to be euthanized…But the dog they believed dead turned out to be very much alive and on Saturday, they were reunited with their beloved pet."
Kayla, a Weimaraner, was severely injured after falling onto a spike in her yard. Kayla’s owners tried to take care of her but Kayla’s health rapidly deteriorated. Having no money for surgery, the owner’s brought Kayla into the Central California SPCA and asked that she be put out of her misery.  However, staff at the CCSPCA were moved by Kayla’s story and restored her to health at no charge.  Here’s more from the CCSPCA website:
When she came in, Kayla, was near death with a four-day-old puncture wound to her chest and Mr. Martinez, didn’t have the money to pay a veterinarian. Mr. Martinez was very grateful that the staff was so supportive when he came in to drop her off and that they listened to him through his tears when he hugged Kayla and said, “I’m sorry. I’m poor, and I hope you can forgive me.” Kayla wanting to comfort him licked his face…
The creativity of our Veterinarian, Dr. Byrd, added to her individual needs for surgery and for healing properly. Everyone who worked with her while she was here noticed that she just kept looking for something or someone. She was patient with our staff that cared for her, medicated her, checked her, fed her, fell in love with her, however, she was still looking…

Our front desk team member had the honor of making the surprising call to the Martinez family. They knew it would be a shock, however a welcome one. The excited disbelief cannot be described. 

Thanks to the CCSPCA, Kayla was brought back from the brink of death and returned to her shocked, but joyful, family.  The range of emotions experienced by Kayla’s family must have been intense. Click here for the full story and here for the news video from KFSN TV.  

DOG SAVED FROM DEATH AND REUNITED WITH FAMILY - "Unable to afford emergency care, the family turned their injured dog over to the SPCA to be euthanized…But the dog they believed dead turned out to be very much alive and on Saturday, they were reunited with their beloved pet."

Kayla, a Weimaraner, was severely injured after falling onto a spike in her yard. Kayla’s owners tried to take care of her but Kayla’s health rapidly deteriorated. Having no money for surgery, the owner’s brought Kayla into the Central California SPCA and asked that she be put out of her misery.  However, staff at the CCSPCA were moved by Kayla’s story and restored her to health at no charge.  Here’s more from the CCSPCA website:

When she came in, Kayla, was near death with a four-day-old puncture wound to her chest and Mr. Martinez, didn’t have the money to pay a veterinarian. Mr. Martinez was very grateful that the staff was so supportive when he came in to drop her off and that they listened to him through his tears when he hugged Kayla and said, “I’m sorry. I’m poor, and I hope you can forgive me.” Kayla wanting to comfort him licked his face…
The creativity of our Veterinarian, Dr. Byrd, added to her individual needs for surgery and for healing properly. Everyone who worked with her while she was here noticed that she just kept looking for something or someone. She was patient with our staff that cared for her, medicated her, checked her, fed her, fell in love with her, however, she was still looking…

Our front desk team member had the honor of making the surprising call to the Martinez family. They knew it would be a shock, however a welcome one. The excited disbelief cannot be described. 

Thanks to the CCSPCA, Kayla was brought back from the brink of death and returned to her shocked, but joyful, family.  The range of emotions experienced by Kayla’s family must have been intense. Click here for the full story and here for the news video from KFSN TV.