Why we felt Cayden needed a chance x

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The last month has been an emotional rollercoaster for all of us at the rescue and at Rock View Vets too.

I’ve been asked by a number of people why I felt Cayden would be a fighter and survive his operations.

I was told by a very wise woman when I first started rescue work that you should always go with your gut feeling, this saying has always stuck with me, and when I collected Cayden from Pelyn Vets I took one look at him and just knew that I had to fight for him.

Even though I was advised by two vets that I shouldn’t put him through the operations and should just let him pass over the rainbow bridge my gut was telling me he was a fighter, and I needed to fight for him.

He’s proved us all right, and has fought so hard to stay alive. We are happy to say that he is on the mend and is coming home this evening.

The Rock View team knew I would fight for him, and they knew I would fight so hard to keep him alive, they even said to me ‘only you would fight so much when he only had a 10% chance of survival’.

I would like to thank each and every one of you who has helped me fight for Cayden. You are all amazing,and without you, this job would be so much harder to do. 🐾🐾😁❤️

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UPDATE ON CAYDEN Sorry for lack of updates, I’ve been letting Cayden settle back in. He is doing really well and has gained lots of weight he is now 4kg and the vets are really happy with his recovery

Cayden 11/11/18

Sorry for delay in posting, Cayden is back with me and enjoying exploring his new surroundings, I’ve been taking time with him and showing him loads of love and given loads of fuss. He is so loving. H

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