We had the pleasure of hosting these little sweeties overnight for a rescue moving them to their new home up north last month. Don't you just love puppy breath?
This grand old girl was rescued by a local animal shelter volunteer. The volunteered called P.E.T.S because the little lady was very, very ill when found at the shelter. The wardens had found her wondering the streets alone and took her into the safety of the shelter. We got her into our vet and after four rounds of antibotics she is on the road toward recovery. Poor baby is blind and they think about forteen years old. She is now being fostered by the volunteer that removed her from the shelter. Not only is she feeling better she has gained two pounds and her hair loss due tofleas is growing back in. I love this outfit a friend of the foster mom made just for her.
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