(MyFoxBoston.com) – Luna, a three-and-a-half month old pit bull mix, critically injured during a hit-and-run crash is on the mend following the incident which occurred in downtown Lawrence.
According to the MSPCA, Luna was left unattended in late May in downtown Lawrence when she was struck by a car. She managed to hobble up two flights of stairs to the home of her previous owners.
The owners took Luna to a veterinary team at Nevins Farm because they could not afford to pay for her rehabilitation.
After an emergency surgery at Angell Animal Medical Center to repair her shattered pelvis and legs, Luna is now resting in a temporary foster home before she can be placed into a permanent home.
For more information on Luna and the MSPCA, visit http://www.mspca.org.
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