Kera was rescued by SPCA Inspector Sam after people expressed concerns for her leg.
When she arrived at the SPCA, it was found she had a dislocated shoulder that had healed incorrectly, and gun pellets throughout her body. Kera had been bounced around several family members, and no one ever took responsibility for her injuries. She needed to heal physically and mentally. “I recall the first time Kera started to play in my office,” says SPCA Inspector Sam. “She never knew what toys were but one day she picked up a ducky and started to play. She has turned into a bouncy, happy, friendly girl who loves attention. It was amazing to watch.” Kera now has a wonderful new family who continue with her physio and special joint food. They also take her on regular campervan holidays – her favourite destinations are the beach, the snow, and strawberry patches.