Madison was found by a Good Samaritan at a rest stop near I-10 with a tranquilizer dart embedded between her shoulder blades. With the cooperation of Alachua County Animal Services, a team of caring experts from UF including clinicians from the Shelter Animal Medicine, Emergency & Critical Care, Zoological Medicine, and Surgery departments worked to remove the dart and start Madison on her road to recovery. She is currently available for adoption through Helping Hands Rescue.

You can help offset the cost of Madion’s care by making a tax-deductible donation to the HAARTS Program today!