She had been abused by her
previous owner, and was taken
away by animal servious. I
adopted her from the shelter.
This is my
As the months went on, though,
She wag always afraid tof she became happier, friendlier,
everyone She wouldn' t eat unless and healthier‘ Shela DEE tof the
T left the _ best pets I' ever had.
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would a normal dog. Loud
When I first brought her home,
One evening, a storm was brewing,
so I took her out to get a walk
in before the rain.
A crack of thunder rang out, I searched the woods and nearby
though, and she bolted hard, area for hours, even when it
pulling the leash out of my got dark and started pouring
hand. She disappeared into some rain.
dense woods nearby.
Over the nant rew days, T heat About a week later, I was
and Put UP Bettere starting to give up hope, when
all ever the . there was a knock at the door.
A Hispanic woman and her son
were there, with Firefly!
The Wonen didn' t eleet English, He went on to say that his mom
but her een that thay didn' t pack a lunch the past week
had freand Firers? the night T so that she eould afford food for
Lost has and had been taking Firefly. I felt terrible.
Care of her. They same over as
soon as they saw a poster.
T tried Give her She said something in Spanish,
en a reward! but she and her son translated:
Wenona' t enject . "You would help me, too."
I know you' ll never see this, but
I oan' t thank you enough. I' ll try
my best to make it up. Maybe not
with you, but with someone else
who is desperate like I was.
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