If the animal aid unlimited team couldn’t warm up little Adoo quickly he was going to die of the cold.
Somehow he had gotten wet, and his body went into hypothermia–a life-threatening condition that affects the heart and other organs.
They rushed him to the hospital and gave him heated water in a saline IV drip, and placed him in a nest of hot water bottles and blankets and human arms.
But all they could do was wait to see if his little body would respond to the external warmth. Mere blankets couldn’t have done the job.
By the next morning, rescueirs met a new little guy–his eyes were sparkling and he even ate on his own! they kept him with their for a couple of days as a precaution and returned him to his mother.