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Reply #21: It is never an easy decision to "liberate" a dog from a bad situation. [View All]

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astonamous Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Oct-09-09 03:43 AM
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21. It is never an easy decision to "liberate" a dog from a bad situation.
Isn't it amazing that even though he had no reason to expect any more love and attention from you than he was getting from his own family and yet he still gave it a shot?




Sunshine was liberated from a junk yard in Hollywood. She had spent her whole life fighting for food and having babies. When we picked her up, she was way pregnant and almost dead from starvation and dehydration. The puppies didn't make it (13 of them) but we were able to save Sunshine and she is now in a wonderful, loving forever home. It took her a long time to trust people and it was the most wonderful thing when we witnessed her first happy dance.






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