I am so fortunate to work in an animal rescue organization at this particular time, as the animal rights movement grows stronger every day. We rescued our sweet dog as a stray a couple of years ago, she was mangy and thin, a little wild, no one really wanted her, but my honest feeling is that she rescued me. She's opened my heart so much and filled me with an unconditional love I could never have imagined. She's no longer mangy and thin, but a bright, lively, happy and energetic dog who is loved by many.....she has forever changed my life, and I am grateful.
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