Hungy, Alone, and Unwanted.......
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$775 Raised
103% of $750 goal
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Ended Nov 16, 2014
Alia's story is doubly heartbreaking as her story started out as a senior alone, skinny, and afraid on the streets.  Her nails were long, her eys were cloudy, her skin was sticky and dirty, her face swolen from what is likely an abscess tooth, ... More ...

Alia's story is doubly heartbreaking as her story started out as a senior alone, skinny, and afraid on the streets.  Her nails were long, her eys were cloudy, her skin was sticky and dirty, her face swolen from what is likely an abscess tooth, and she was so, so thin.

She was picked up by West Palm Beach Animal Control and we are sure she thought her worries were over.  They scanned her for a chip and there was one!  WPB called her family, and Aliah's family did not want her back.......she had no chance at the shelter becuase of her age and her condition, so even though we have many, many more seniors than are being adopted, we opened our door and arms to her and took her in.

Aliah needs a long list of care to get her healthy again to find the kind of family who will not turn their back on her; bloodwork, x-rays, a massive dental, just to name a few.  She is currently safely at Everglades Animal Hospital with the wonderful Dr. Weman, but we need to raise the funds to cover her care.

Would you consider a donation of any size to her care?  Even $5 gets us closer to our goal and we cannot think of any better reason to skip a latte this week!  Thank you in advance for helping us to make Aliah's dreams of a forever family come true!

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