Just a day after the operation, Vision was already up and about, walking around the sanctuary on his remaining legs. Vision is still receiving care at the sanctuary. Had it not been for the animal control officer, who refused to have the dog euthanized, Vision would not be alive today.
A few weeks after the surgery, Vision is completely healed. After hearing his story, potential adopters reached out to the sanctuary with applications to adopt Vision. The offers were so many that the sanctuary has currently placed Vision’s adoption on hold as they review applications. However, the sanctuary staff believe Vision will find suitable adopters soon.
Having Vision undergo the surgical procedure was not a cheap affair. The operation plus medical care costs Mackenzie’s Animal Sanctuary well over $4,500. Fortunately, after Vision’s story aired, well-wishers have already donated over $2,715 to go towards caring for Vision. Vision and the staff at the sanctuary are excited for what the future holds for vision.
The sanctuary is still accepting more donations to care for both Vision and all the other animals that have been rescued by the sanctuary.