Kind supporters helped fix Sheldon’s broken heart
Jack Russell Terrier Sheldon has bounced back and is looking for his forever home thanks to kind members of the public who funded his life-saving surgery.
Two-year-old Sheldon was brought into the RSPCA’s Coventry branch last summer and was diagnosed with a grade five heart murmur. He urgently needed a scan and surgery to fix his broken heart.
Surgery to fix the hole in his heart cost £1,500 and was generously raised by supporters who had been touched by Sheldon’s story.
Jade Mason at the RSPCA Coventry, Nuneaton and District branch said: “We can’t thank our supporters enough for raising the money needed to fix Sheldon’s heart. The surgery was a success and he has made an amazing recovery which means we are confident he can now live a long and happy life without further complications.
“We are looking for a loving home for him with someone who has had experience of terriers previously. He would like to live in a home without other pets and will need to live with families who have teenagers or older.
“Sheldon is a loving, happy boy and he is quite a character.”
If you can give Sheldon his forever home, please call 02476 336616 or email email@example.com