Tara - New Mom With Injured Eye Rescued
Update: July 7, 2016

Tara had her urgent spay surgery. She continues to heal, gain weight and is healing emotionally as well. Tara is still a bit afraid but is coming around. She is a tiny girl and her fur is still growing back in. She will see the ophthalmologist for an eye exam and we are fundraising for that now. The visit, eye tests and medications run around $175.00 with Haven discounts. Then If the ophthalmologist agrees with her vet, that her eye is too damaged to save and if it is painful and cannot be cured, Tara will need to have an eye enucleation. Right now we are treating her eye with two different eye drops, giving her antibiotics and pain medications. Wish her well. If you wish to contribute to her care you can donate to Tara's medical fund using The Haven's PayPal account online or donate by check.

June 28, 2016

This sweet rabbit was abandoned in San Jose with her litter and left to fend for herself. She was rescued by a good Samaritan with her litter and was taken to the shelter. She has suffered a few injuries which we will be treating right away. She has what appears to be bite wounds from predators and an injury in her eye. She is depressed right now but eager to relate when given the chance. She is hungry and has not stopped eating since she arrived at the foster. Now that she is safe in foster care she can begin to heal and to blossom. She can use her litter box and is so grateful for her clean, healthy space and kind humans. She seems so very sad and we will do all that we can to heal her emotionally. It must have been so difficult for her to save all her babies and herself out in the wild. Her next step is to go to the vet tomorrow so we can treat her hurt eye and she can be spayed for her health and well being. She is going to be a gorgeous rabbit! She loves being held and is responding beautifully to affection and support. She really needs a peaceful loving home where she will be treasured and be safe forever.

Tara needs a foster home right away. If you can offer her space to heal, please contact Heather at director@therabbithaven.org or (831) 600-7479. Once she is spayed and her eye injury is treated, she'll be looking for her forever home. We are also looking to raise money for Tara, to pay for her vet bills to treat her injured eye and to pay for her spay surgery. You can donate to Tara's medical fund using The Haven's PayPal account online or donate by check. We will keep you updated on Tara's progress and let everyone know when she is ready for her own home.

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