Teo Was Nearly Dead When He Reached Us, In Excruciating Pain And Completely Yellow!

teo was nearly dead when he reached us, in excruciating pain and completely yellow!!!!!

48 hours later… teo jas never been more alive, he is without pain and… he is still yellow, but that will change as his liver stabilises…

hunched in a street corner, unable to move, trying to hide from everyone passing by.

the first thing she noticed was the intense yellow hue covering all his skin, soft tissue, eyes.. teo´s yellow color is due to a massive gallbladder infection.

it´s condition is so bad that its just a matter of days, maybe hours, until it explodes, if this happens teo will have no chance. he will die in agonising pain.

please watch teo´s video…

HELP US SAVE TEO´S LIFE… PLEASE DONATE TOWARDS TEO´S SURGERY.

SIMPLE act as share this story on Facebook or Twitter are really WORKS to help.
So we are closer to finding the LOVE for this precious pup rightfully deserves.
We have done it before and can certainly do it again. Thank you

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  1. I admire the work u do in saving these poor animals.Do u spay or neuter them also after the surgical procedures?I was just wondering coz that’s the only way to control overpopulation in animals.

  2. You guys do such a great job how do you manage to stay calm with the abuse cases? I have a staffordshire bull terrier and a rabbit who weren’t being looked after properly, I also have a cat who was free to good home as well as my own dog and cat. I would love to adopt but most places seem to be more interested in your home instead of giving an animal a loving home

  3. Awww, Teo is quite talkative and wanting attention after his surgery…looks like he is feeling much better…Thank you Viktor and your amazing team!!!

  4. Zum Glück ganz ihr ihn gefunden und Retten können solch ein hübscher Kerl und so munter wieder ich freue mich total. Er wird sich schnell erholen und viele Herzen erobern inkl meines 🙂

  5. what a gorgeous little Lion Teo is…thank you Viktor for the miracles you do for animals, and sharing these stories of hope!

  6. Thanks for taking good care of TEO. I wish I could adopt him, but I can’t till I get moved and settled in my new house with my 3 cats.

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