Elsie has been Adopted.
Elise had to live on her own for many months until we found her; but not any longer. Since she has been in our care, she has improved remarkably. She has now found a new home to call her very own. Elise had to overcome many obstacles in her life. When she was found; she had multiple mammary masses, mottled spleen with hypoechoic nodules, and her duodenum and jejunum that showed abnormalities along with her uterus and cervix. Elise is now thriving and loving her new chance at life.