Dr. Moss found bailing twine and pieces of a plastic trash bag in Mobys tummy. He was able to empty his stomach of all contents but sadly not able to access and remove all the pieces of trash further down that caused the blockage. The trash was already in Mobys other chambers and probable intestines. Sadly, the only way to get into those areas is in a hospital surgical suite set up for bovines and the closest one to us is 10 hours away.
Moby was hurting really badly this afternoon and making him travel that far not knowing if he would survive the trip would have been cruel.
Sometimes the kindest thing we can do is also the hardest. In the end the kindest thing we could do was to heal Moby into Heaven.
To my sweet angel baby Moby, I am so grateful you found your way to SRS. I am so grateful to know you and be able to show you love. You were so kind, gentle and deserved so much more than this world gave you. You will always have a piece of my heart and I will spend all my life speaking out about the plight of animals born into dairy. Rest easy Moby, i've got it from here. Love you for always.
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