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July 19, 2022
He had a family who stroked and loved him and seemed to somehow let him know he needed to go with our rescue team without any resistance. But he was terrified of the wound cleaning process, and it broke our hearts to see the fear leaping from his eyes.
Suturing the wound closed was not an option because the distance was too broad, and the skin flap was completely gone. When the first treatment was finished his entire face changed to reveal trust and comfort as he began the beautiful process of bonding with his new hospital caregivers.
How wonderful it was to be able to return Kalu to his neighborhood and smells he knows and the people he simply loves!