Jack the Evac


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Jack has had his initial surgery and testing

See Jack on KTLA 5 News CLICK HERE KTLA 5

Thursday, August 25, 2016: Jack was able to go to his foster today (leave the vet) as he is healing well from his surgery. His blood tests came back good. Biopsies were done on tumors, but we do not have the results yet. He will need follow up visits, and possible additional surgery. Copies of vet report/bills and the original post are below. Thank you!

Found in the burn area, he has a large tumor under his eye

Jack the Evac is his name, and he was found wandering the streets in the Sheep Creek area by Phelan Rd... this is in an area that was being evacuated during the massive "Blue Cut" fire near Los Angeles. People evacuating were ignoring him or even shooing him away, when a good samaritan saw him and realized he was alone. She opened her car door and let him jump in. She was evacuating herself, and once she saw his eye close up, she knew he had to get to a vet right away.


She took him to Ark Animal Hospital in Victorville, stating she had to leave and could they care for him. Ark took him in an contacted Kelly Reedy of Last Call K9 Rescue. Kelly got in touch with us! Unfortunately the woman who dropped him off did not leave contact info, but his image got around Facebook (Facebook Post for Jack the Evac) and a woman called claiming to be his owner. She is homeless and was evacuated herself, losing track of Jack. She surrendered him to Last Call K9 Rescue so he can be treated for his obviously painful tumor.

What Jack needs urgently

He has a tumor under his right eye that is clearly painful and must be removed immediately. He has some other tumors on his belly. His blood work and other tests are very good, and he is healthy. Our hope is that with surgery to remove his tumors he will be healthy and be able to have a good life.


More information is coming this week as we get more tests done. What Jack needs now are donations so he can get the tumor in his eye removed. He is in pain, and it really needs to happen soon!

Donations will go directly to Jack's care. All monies will be paid to the vet for medical services for Jack. Should we raise more money than needed for Jack's care, any additional funds will be donated to Last Call K9 Rescue, a 501(c)3 non-profit.

Vet bills


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