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Angelina, A Warrior's Heart In A Tiny Body
$3,051 raised
102% of $3k goal
108 contributors
0 days left
Ended Nov 16, 2013
On March 11, DRSF came to know of a little girl in a local shelter in great need of medical care.  She had an abscess on the side of her head that was huge, the result of a puncture wound from being attacked on the streets by other animals. ...

On March 11, DRSF came to know of a little girl in a local shelter in great need of medical care.  She had an abscess on the side of her head that was huge, the result of a puncture wound from being attacked on the streets by other animals.  Along with being small, the other dogs knew that she was sick, as she had many mammary tumors, so she stood no chance.

The DRSF community set a record the night she came to us for fundraising and raised over $3,000 for her surgery, care, and treatment.  Foster Mom's Kym and Sally nursed the would on her head for 6 months to heal completely to the point you could hardly tell it was ever there.

Things were looking up for Angelina as she had just moved to a new foster home and was interviewing for forever homes.  All was well until she started holding her neck at an odd angle, and thanks to fosters with a sharp eye, and the DRSF Medical network, she made her way down to Dr. Wong and Southeast Veterinary Neurology and after an MRI, learned that it was IVDD...Inverterverate disk disease and surgery was needed.

Angie had her surgery this morning, and this evening is resting comfortabely with the SEVN team, and once again, we turn to our community to help us fund her surgery, for a little girl who has battled through more in one year than anyone should face in a lifetime....

We welcome donations of any size and remember they are all tax deductible too!  We can only do what we do thanks to our community and want to rally behind Angelina, who shows us that you should never, ever give up....

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