My name is Harper. I arrived at RSPCA in poor condition. You see, I had a very large lump on me which made me feel really uncomfortable. The staff noticed it right away and I immediately saw a vet. I remember the vet giving me a worried look, but I knew I was in a place where I was going to receive the best of care. The vet staff took a biopsy and I was very anxious. I really wanted to hear good news. Unfortunately, the lump was cancerous and I needed emergency surgery to ensure I had the best chance of living a long and happy life. Before surgery, the staff at the RSPCA gave me plenty of pats which made me feel at ease. The surgery lasted nearly three hours. I remember waking up with so many happy faces looking at me. The surgery was a success! As I recovered from my surgery, the team at the shelter gave me the best of care. I received so many scratches under my chin, tummy rubs and delicious treats. I was definitely spoilt and felt so happy and loved. I was in care at RSPCA for over two months, until one day I met my paw-fect match. I am now living my best life with lots of love and kisses. RSPCA ACT relies on the support from the Canberra community to continue to help animals just like me. By registering and fundraising for this year’s Million Paws Walk, you can help RSPCA continue to fight animal cruelty and help animals in need.
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