This kitten was found outside in the frigid cold tempertures on December 8th. He was severely hypothermic and dehydrated. His temperature was so low that the doctor could not even get a reading on the thermometer. Soon after being warmed by the Bair Hugger and receiving intravenous fluids he is now responsive, eating and recovering.
This life-saving medical equipment was made possible due to the generosity of the The Rotary Club of Glen Ellyn and donors that supported us during the DuPage Human Race last April.
You can help us continue providing medical equipment like this when you give a gift this holiday season at www.dupageanimalfriends.org/donate-now.
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The mission of DuPage Animal Friends is to strengthen the lifesaving, compassionate and innovative initiatives at the county shelter. We partner with the shelter to understand the needs of our community's animals, providing financial resources and advocacy on their behalf.