Esperanza was also the victim of back yard breeding. Again, when the humans decided they had gotten all they could out of her and she was no longer young or well, they wanted to be rid of her. And so she came to live at C.A.R.E. When she arrived, she had some sort of fungus which cause her back to be entirely bald and raw. But with the good care of our vet and staff, she recovered. She is an old little one but still has a lot of life to live. Show her that she deserves a life better than being used and abused as a breeder by sponsoring her today!
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