"The second night Quint was with us, I noticed that his leg had swollen to almost twice its width," Samantha says. "I took him to our vet at Best Friends, and she drained the abscess, and prescribed a round of antibiotics to fight this infection. Soon after that, it happened again. His leg was drained again, and a different type of antibiotics were prescribed. This kept happening over and over, draining and new antibiotics, which led them to believe that they may need to remove the leg before this persistent infection spread. He was so tiny, and this infection could have killed him."