December 19, 2012
I am so grateful to Red Rover for helping me with a little white terrier male who was hit by a car. I was on my way home from work and saw Peppe trying to drag the back of his body up onto the sidewalk on a very busy road. I had to stop. With help from another person, we got him on a sheet and I had no money to help him, I only knew step 1, which was to take him to a rescue ranch that is low on funds and over limit with the animals they already have. They were able to give me $100 to start blood work, xrays and iv and then we would worry about the next step. Well from that point on, friends connected me with groups who helped pay for his tests, he was later taken to ER for more xrays, tests and surgery to remove joint that connects to leg. I searched for ways to help pay for his medical and found Red Rover. They were so touched by this sweet dogs story, they immediately helped. I was overwhelmed by the kindness of all who helped and the compassion of Red Rover, even in the midst of them trying to help Hurricane Katrina animals. I just want to say thank you and even writing this brings tears to my eyes. You don't know how much it means to me. Peppe is walking well, and I still have him trying to find home (but not easy to let go!). I will have to send updated pictures. He has come so far and is a beautiful dog with the most amazing, sweet personality. I recommend anyone who can afford to donate, please do, they do what they say they do and help so many animals and people. Thank you, thank you again from the fullness of my heart.
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