Buttercup’s family was separated and he was left to roam. He suffered trauma or abuse and was found on the street, unable to walk, by a good samaritan who brought him to Capitola Veterinary Hospital. The growth plate on his femur was completely fractured. His family was located, but were unable to care for him. They surrendered Buttercup to Capitola Veterinary Hospital. His injuries were repaired and he was neutered, vaccinated, rehabilitated, and adopted by a very loving local family.
The Buttercup Fund has been established in his honor. Donations to this fund will be used to assure that sick and injured animals, who are stray or abandoned, will not suffer and may get a second chance like Buttercup did. If you would like to make a contribution to this fund, please let us know! Thank you.
The Buttercup fund is part of the Veterinary Care Foundation. To learm more about the Veterinary Care Foundation, click the link below: