“When Wildwood arrived, she was too weak to stand on her own,” Gillian Kocher, director of public relations for the Pennsylvania SPCA, told The Dodo. “She was emaciated, anemic, she had open wounds. Right now, she isn’t using her back legs, but that may be a result of her condition.”
After examining her thoroughly, the staff determined that Wildwood also suffers from dental disease and a heart murmur. Her fur was severely matted and her nails were overgrown, but after a little love and care, Wildwood is already looking so much better. She also seems to be feeling a little better, too, and the more time she spends with her new friends at the shelter, the more her adorable personality continues to break through.