Andra Grace was rescued in the Marietta area of South Carolina after a few Good Samaritan’s saw the rope break on the truck responsible for dragging her. Witnesses called the police, and Andra was taken by Animal Control for emergency treatment.
This is where fate played a major role in helping this poor girl. The vets were going to euthanize her, but a SNARR representative was at the vet picking up one of their rescues from surgery. For those of you who don’t know SNARR, they’re the rescue group out of White Plains, New York who recently rescued Hope.
SNARR took responsibility for Andra Grace’s treatment. A rescue representative gave a statement as to her treatment so far.
“Andra is stable and at the ER vet. She is receiving fluids and IV antibiotics and all of her wounds have been cleaned and bandaged. The thing she needs most is time. Soft tissue injuries need constant cleaning and bandage changes to avoid infection.”
Andra will remain at the emergency facility because injuries of her type require intensive care. But Andra is a fighter, as are those involved with SNARR Northeast.
SNARR Northeast is offering a $1,000 reward leading to the arrest of a suspect. So far there are no leads as who committed this horrible act against this sweet girl. As it typical with this type of animal cruelty, someone out there knows something. Anyone who does this to an animal isn’t likely to keep it a secret for long. Similar cases of animal abuse show that the abuser will eventually brag to someone in great detail about what they’ve done.
Or someone may have witnesses Andra being dragged and was too afraid to get involved. Money talks these days. Please share this article with everyone you know, especially those who live in the Marietta, South Carolina area.
A donation page has been set up at YouCaring, where at the time of this article more than $2,900 of the estimated $5,000 has been raised to see Andra gets the treatment she deserves. Her story can be followed on Facebook.