‘Daisy’ Looking for a Forever Home After Recovery, Was Left to Die On Side of State Road 520

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please contact Theresa Clifton at the Brevard Humane Society at 321-636-3343

SPACE COAST DAILY TV:Daisy” was discovered left to die on the side of State Road 520 and Clearlake Road, and after being nursed back to health, you can provide Daisy with a Forever Home. Rescued and nurtured back to health by Island Animal Hospital and Central Brevard Humane Society, Daisy has gained 40 pounds and is now seeking a forever home. If you believe you can help with Daisy or know of someone who could let her stay at their home for a few months, please contact Theresa Clifton at the Brevard Humane Society at 321-636-3343 x204.

Daisy was discovered left to die on the side of State Road 520 and Clearlake Road and after being nursed back to health you can provide Daisy with a Forever Home.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Daisy was discovered left to die on the side of State Road 520 and Clearlake Road, and after being nursed back to health, you can provide Daisy with a Forever Home.

She had been starved and suffered from severe lacerations on her front legs, with one exposing 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 Theresa Clifton, Executive Director of the Brevard Humane Society.

“She is so sweet and was 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.

“We are so grateful for the outpouring of support for Daisy who was found on the side of the road in Cocoa near death’s door in December 2019.”

As you can see from the photos below, she has come a long way in recovery from the first time she entered the Brevard Humane Society.

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“She has gained almost 40 pounds, and, although her front leg is still healing, it has been saved and we are so grateful for Dr. Coris and Island Animal Hospital for the excellent care they have given her as all her other wounds have healed!” said Clifton.

“We are still seeking the right placement for Daisy. She needs to be in a home with no other pets, especially cats, as she reacts strongly to them. She is very sweet and loving to people and is still very young so she needs someone to work with her as she is strong on a leash.”

The Brevard Humane Society is looking for a foster or foster-to-adopt home to care for her while her leg continues to heal. If you believe you can help with Daisy or know of someone who could let her stay at their home for a few months, please contact Theresa Clifton at the Brevard Humane Society at 321-636-3343 x204.

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