Monday, May 29, 2023

Meireles has already recovered and is waiting for a new family

December 24 is one of the dates loved by the residents of Medellin, a special day to share with family and friends. In 2020, while many households were enjoying Christmas festivities, Meirelles, an eleven-year-old canine living on the streets of the 9-Buenos Aires commune in the city’s central-east, was reported with a head injury. head and other parts of the body.

Responding to a community alert, a team of professionals from the La Perla Animal Welfare Center rescued the dog. He suffered multiple injuries, apparently from being attacked by another dog. In the clinical examination for admission, he was diagnosed with heart disease, a disease that affects the heart or blood vessels; As well as hearing loss.

“Meireles arrived in La Perla as a result of the rescue and serious health conditions. He is a well-mannered, spoiled and friendly dog ​​who is waiting for a new family today. Meireles will be at our Multispecies Family Fair, waiting for a new opportunity. All dogs and cats rescued by La Perla Animal Welfare Center are duly monitored by veterinary professionals. We invite you to join us at our multi-species family fair and give us a chance to meet the felines and canines that have been waiting for her,” said Environment Secretary Vanessa Alvarez.

At La Perla, Meirelles received extensive care to recover his health condition; gained enough weight; He was dewormed and vaccinated; And microchipped. Today, he is feeling completely relieved and is part of the dogs that will be at the big day of adoption taking place on Sunday, May 28 at Parques del Rio within the Multispecies Family Fair.

This is an opportunity for those who want to give a new home to companion animals rescued by La Perla Animal Welfare & Protection Center.

“It is important to remember that abandoned and rescued companion animals are registered through the MICHIP Information System, and once they have recovered their general state of health, they enter the adoption process. are,” explained veterinarian Juan Esteban Herrera Orozco.

Like Meireles, another 50 dogs and 20 cats will be on adoption day at the Multispecies Family Fair. In addition, there are 1,600 pets waiting for a new home at La Perla. Adoption applications can be made directly at the Animal Welfare Center, at set up points in La Frontera Environmental Park and through the WhatsApp hotline 3117963457.

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