A LOUISIANA ‘ANGEL’ VETERINARIAN OPENED HER PRACTICE TO 40 DESPERATE EQUINES – PAYING FOR ALL MEDS AND DONATING HER SERVICES! THE PHOTOS SAY IT ALL. LET’S HELP HER HELP THESE HORSES IN TRAGIC CONDITION!!






THESE HORSES WILL SURVIVE – BECAUSE OF AN ANGEL VETERINARIAN –  BRENNAN LEE, DVM – she has taken them all in.

Those of us that don’t live in areas that flood cannot comprehend the magnitude of the destruction – and all the damaging by products – of the flooding.

For example, besides losing all valuables to wet and mold, the stench of the putrid water (filled with god knows what…) is horrendous.

Now, Imagine being a horse, trapped IN that water.

Some of these horses were in this water for over 5 days.  Their skin is coming off.

Thank horsegods for Double Diamond Equine Veterinary Services in Amite, Louisiana – owned by Brennan Fitzgerald Lee, DVM – who just happened to have built her practice on a hill.  Her hospital is high and safe.  This wonderful vet has opened her doors to any horse who makes it to her.  So far, 40 stray horses have been rounded up and brought to her for her excellent care.

Dr. Lee is DONATING everything – her time, her supplies, her hospital, her staff… to help these horses, their owners and the community.

Wow.

Thousands and thousands of dollars.

I would like to help her help these poor horses.

This is Sugar. You can see the water line on her body. Her skin is falling off of her where the filthy water trapped her.

This is Sugar. You can see the water line on her body. Her skin is falling off of her where the filthy water had her trapped.

This is a paint mare named, Jackie. Same thing... she is losing her skin from the belly down.

This is a paint mare named, Jackie. Same thing… she is losing her skin from the belly down.

All donations are 100% tax deductible and will go straight to Dr. Lee for the care of these horses!



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SHE HAS 30, CRITICALLY ILL, STRAY HORSES IN HER CARE.  SHE IS PAYING ALL EXPENSES!

Dr. Lee has been overwhelmed and emotionally moved by the destruction in her community.  She stressed to me that they ‘aren’t even in a flood zone’.  The waters came into areas that have never been threatened previously.  She said so many people have lost everything and none of them had flood insurance because the area isn’t in a flood zone.  It is total devastation.

This woman vet with an incredible heart feel blessed that she is on a hill and blessed to be able to help the community by helping these horses.  In time, the owners may be able to care for them again, but for now, the owners don’t have to worry about their horses.  Dr. Lee is there.

This is Jackie before her skin started sloughing. She was found tied to a sandbag.

This is Jackie. She was found tied to a sandbag.

This is Sugar, wanting love from Dr. Lee’s daughter.

LET’S HELP THIS MIRACLE VET WORK HER MIRACLES.  HER EFFORT IS INCREDIBLY EXPENSIVE.  CAN WE RAISE $10,000 TO HELP HER?  Right now, she is doing this all alone… Every little bit, every drop in the bucket – adds up and helps tremendously.  Thank you!!

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The amazing Angel vet...

The amazing Angel vet…



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3 comments have been posted...

  1. Jenn Perkins

    I am no longer in America, but still follow your site. What a wonderful story on Dr. Lee. Very few would
    do so much or even do so if they were able. These precious equines are lucky they were found within her
    reach! Thank You from the bottom of my heart! Jenn

  2. Clare Leigh

    What an absolute angel. We flood here in Cumbria but I didn’t realise the damage water would do its awful ? truly awesome lady

  3. Melanie

    I could only afford a very small amount… but I had to donate. Thank you for helping these animals!
    Best regards,
    Fellow horsewoman
    Melanie

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