Poor girl. Much Love seems to follow up, so I wonder what happened?
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Princess still has indentations in the sides of her head from being so starved that her body literally had to feed on itself to stay alive.
She was dumped at the shelter with her newborn puppies [all puppies have been adopted. Only Princess is left behind].
Everyone passes by mama, funny looking dog, who tries to catch everyone's eye ["Pick me! Pick me!] but they keep on passing this odd looking brown dog by.
Perhaps they don't see the sweet twinkle in her eye that gives her beauty... perhaps they don't catch the loving smile that makes her stand out from the other dogs, the desperate need she has to be loved....for once in her sad life.....
She was so emaciated that the shelter wanted to file cruelty charges against her former owner. Princess was so weak and shy but being fed regularly at the shelter made her feel so happy and taken care of. It was more love than she had ever received in her neglected and lonely life. But as much as she has stolen hearts at the shelter, they cannot keep her alive much longer as she has been there for too long.
When Krista and I went to get her out of her cage to walk her, you could feel her joy, her heart bursting. She is so playful and energetic now that she is well-fed and healthy. We took her to the outdoor exercise area and Princess just ran and ran and ran with the joy of a dog who has never been allowed to play.
This is Princess' last chance. Please do not let her die at the shelter.