Poor Wilson, it doesn’t look like there has been many good days in his previous life. Of course looking like a camel with two massive tumors on your back wouldn’t make anyones day. And of course there probably wasn’t much vet care either. These look like they have been there awhile. Now we will just try to do all we can. Wilson has a vet appointment coming on Monday to start down that road, where it will lead, we don’t know yet, but we will soon. Oh, did I mention that he is one of the sweetest males we have ever pulled? And we have pulled a lot.
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Yep,that’s what happened to Joel. Of course it doesn’t look like he got the best of care no matter what age he was; but God forbid if gray shows on your not so perfect fur. I often wonder how folks can treat any animal with so little regard. I am sure there is not much room in there home or hearts for anything but themselves. I hope the same befalls them if they ever, and they will, start to show a little gray. What goes around, comes around. Joel will be going to a perfect rescue and his retirement will be the envy of all. Good luck Joel.