Fleur came into Animal Welfare League Queensland’s care from a regional pound after being found lost and wandering the streets – she was covered in sores from scratching and had hardly any fur covering her skinny little body. Despite all of this, all Fleur longed for was to be loved.
We didn’t know what Fleur had been through, but we knew we could help her. Our dedicated team made it their mission to bring Fleur back to health. They took away her pain and suffering. Following weeks of veterinary treatment and the dedicated care from our team and Fleur’s foster carer we could see dramatic improvements in her health and happiness.
Fleur is loving life in her foster home as she recovers – receiving the love and care she deserves. Her skin is healing and her fur starting to grow back. Soon she will be ready to find a new family who could provide her a second chance in a loving home.
AWLQ cares for close to 10,000 animals every year, many of which are stray and homeless like Fleur. And, to every one of these animals who we welcome into our care, we make a promise.
We promise to never euthanise a healthy, sociable, or treatable animal in our care. Fleur is the embodiment of everything our promise stands for and demonstrates our commitment to our work with rural and regional pounds. Sadly, the only other alternative is euthanasia of these healthy and rehomable animals.