Good Samaritan Brings ‘Daisy’ to Brevard Humane Society After Finding Dog With Life-Threatening Injuries

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Daisy was discovered starved on the side of the road at State Road 520 and Clearlake Road

The holidays were not so good for “Daisy,” above, but if she survives she will have a Happy New Year because a good Samaritan brought her to the Brevard Humane Society’s Center on Cox Road in Cocoa. (Brevard Humane Society image)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – The holidays were not so good for “Daisy,” but if she survives she will have a Happy New Year because a good Samaritan brought her to the Brevard Humane Society’s Center on Cox Road in Cocoa.

Daisy was discovered laying on the side of the road at State Road 520 and Clearlake Road and had been starved and suffered from severe lacerations on her front legs, with one to the bone.

“She could not stand as she was so weak, it is just heartbreaking and she cannot tell them who did this to her,” said a  Brevard Humane Society spokesperson on Facebook.

“She is so sweet and now fighting for her life. Brevard Humane Society is deeply grateful to Dr. Coris and his staff at Island Animal Hospital for helping us with her as he tells us her injuries and body condition are in a critical state.

“Please pray for Daisy as she fights to recover from this horrible neglect.”

Daisy was discovered laying on the side of the road at State Road 520 and Clearlake Road and had been starved and suffered from severe lacerations on her front legs, with one to the bone.

For 67 years, Brevard Humane Society has appreciated support from the community, and with your help, they will continue our mission of being a safe haven for lost and homeless animals for many more years to come so we can help animals like Daisy who so desperately need us.

All of their funding comes from donations which is why your support is greatly appreciated.

If you would like to help Daisy call 321-636-3343.

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