The previous owner of the animal in question passed away over a month ago, leaving the animal to fend for herself. It was assumed that she was pregnant since the babies would have been born by then. After a month without food, she finally gave birth. Unfortunately, the baby animals were not able to receive any milk from their mother, and as a result, they suffered from severe anemia and were physically consumed by worms. Despite her infirmity, the mother animal was frantic when she was finally released.
In an effort to help, the rescuers administered first aid, medication, and sanitized the animal while also removing any worms. The animal refused to eat or drink, and it was unclear whether the larger insect had impacted her ability to swallow. The animal also had additional bugs on her gum, pear, hand, and hip, as well as a scab on her hip. However, the baby animals were healthy and were given flea powder and dewormed.
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