Passers-by are laughing at an orphaned puppy with a tumor on his face, making him unhappy. Brady was beaten, kicked, and stoned by local youths who used him as a dog sled. These heinous crimes left him with numerous injuries, which finally led to the huge growth that is slowly but steadily swallowing his face.
Brady, who weighed just over ten pounds, spent his days lugging a tumor half the size of his already little physique.
He was forced to walk the streets every day, experiencing the ridicule and disdain of those who considered him as simply another filthy, unwanted stray. The tumor in his eye socket has started to develop at the moment. He’ll have to go through a series of examinations as well as a difficult procedure.
He is far too frail to be anesthetized for such a lengthy procedure. He will, however, require intense rehabilitation and treatment to rebuild his strength, as well as more chemotherapy, depending on the extent of the excision. Brady is in good shape.
He eats on the right side of his mouth and has a huge appetite. This little genius is eager to live; he is vivacious and constantly waggles his tail. He is believed to be under a year old.
Unfortunately, because the growth on his face is firm and huge (about 10-12 cm), it is thought to be malignant (4-5 inches). He’s also terribly underweight. Brady is in a fantastic mood. He isn’t hungry or chilly any longer. He is no longer alone.
We’re waiting for the animal hospital to open tomorrow so we can schedule x-rays and a biopsy for Brady. Brady is in desperate need of prayers.
The +5-pound mass that had been encroaching on his face had been surgically removed. Brady has been given a heated incubator bed to sleep in. He is being checked on an hourly basis by the professionals. He is receiving IV fluids and is taking a lot of medicine. He’ll be in the hospital for at least the next five nights.
Brady is considerably healthier and has settled into his new life after only two weeks. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the success of our initiative.