Urgent help needed for Rachel!

Imagine being in labor since Thursday, then dumped 2 to 3 days later, only to spend more days in PAIN,  OOZING BLOOD AND FLUIDS, and ALONE. Rachel was left tied to a pole by the ASPCA in Glendale, over the weekend during closed days.

What the vet found was heartbreaking. FOUR DEAD ROTTING BABIES. THIS POOR MAMA HAD HER BABIES DIE INSIDE OF HER AND BY THE TIME SHE WAS FOUND, THEY WERE ROTTING IN HER. This didn't have to happen!!! She just needed medical intervention and those babies would be alive and Rachel would be fine. 

But she's not and she's not out of the woods, BECAUSE SOMEONE DIDN'T CARE.



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Rachel might have been suffering in the street for up to 2.5 days before she was rescued. From what they found, the vet said that she must have been in labor since Thursday, 8/25/22. To make matters worse, she had a difficult pregnancy and couldn't deliver the babies on her own, she would have needed medical intervention

Rachel had to have her uterus removed and also had a bladder infection. To top that off, the babies were leaning against her bladder which made the bladder extend enormously and the muscle became atrophied, preventing her from being able to urinate.

This bladder condition may or may not be curable, at this time, it is too early to tell. Rachel has been in so much pain, and her body has gone through such a traumatic experience. She is currently being treated and will remain hospitalized.



This kind of negligence is just so wrong!!!

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Bobbi and the Strays

About the Organization

Bobbi and the Strays, a non-profit, no-kill organization, rescues and provides essential care for orphaned, stray, abused, and special needs cats and dogs. Through rehabilitation, socialization, and adoption, we provide a humane service to all animals that come into our care.

80-36 Cooper Avenue, Glendale NY, 11385
2 Rider Pl., Long Island, NY, 11520

EIN: 11-3444285




  • Update

    GREAT NEWS!!!!

    Rachel's bladder muscle has healed enough that she is able to urinate on her own. The muscle needs a little more time to recover fully, but it's fantastic to know that it's happening. She has been discharged from the vet and is continuing her recovery at our Freeport location. Rachel is looking at a bright future ahead of her. 



    Once Rachel is fully healed and rehabilitated, she will be up for adoption, we're sure that we'll find the perfect family to love her.

    Thank you so much for your support and well wishes, as always we couldn't do this without you.

    Bobbi and the Strays

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