This Little Pit Bull Is Defying All Odds After Being Born A Little Different
Sasha is presumably the world’s tiniest pitbull. Early in September, the puppy was born, and after just one day, she was already in danger. She has a cleft lip and palate from birth. Since Sacha has already overcome so much in his brief and vulnerable existence, Marie DeMarco, the lady who founded the group FURRR 911 and presently looks for the young girl, considers him “miraculous.”
She stated to The Dodo:
“He is confounding all expectations. She has demonstrated her desire to be here.
SNARR Animal Rescue Northeast, a New York-based rescue organization that specializes in helping dogs with unique needs, is run by Courtney Bellew. She was approached by Sasha’s carer and the other puppies from her litter.
“The owner wanted to attempt to rescue her even though she had a cleft palate and lip. She was very little and frail when he brought her to my place.
Courtney promptly coordinated efforts with Marie, a professional nurse with vast expertise caring for newborn, wounded, and severely ill kittens, since she knew that Sasha would need to be tube-fed as the infant was unable to suckle.
Marie’s success with these weak creatures, Courtney believed, might help Sasha survive as well. Marie anticipated this as well, so when Courtney brought the puppy to her, she prepared him a heating pad and placed the puppy in a crate with several blankets to keep her warm during the journey.
On that first day, Sasha was barely 11 ounces in weight. Her health issues didn’t start until she was born with a cleft lip and palate. Marie saw that Sasha’s head appeared to be larger than her little frame. Sasha also developed hydrocephalus, which is an accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in her head, according to a veterinarian. Her brain size is barely one-third of what it ought to be.
Sasha also has some orthopedic issues and suffered respiratory and urinary infections. However, the powerful dog doesn’t give up.
She is incredibly strong-willed and determined. She shouldn’t be here through all of this.