We can't help but think about how they might have been brought into a family as young pets and then quickly turned into neglected backyard dogs, which in Zoe and Princess's case, was evidenced by the infestation of fleas deep into their skin, pneumonia, ball size tumor on Zoe, and much more. We think about the very real possibility that they spent their puppyhood alone, mistreated, and neglected and their innocence could never understand why their cries could go on ignored for hours, days, and years.
A dogs love is pure, unconditional, and as infinite as their loyalty is to their human so to leave these innocent girls to die at the shelter both at the age of 10 years old is beyond Inhumane.
We are grateful to have rescued them and will do everything we can to ensure their bright and hopeful future and to ensure that they never feel as frightened and alone as they did the day we rescued them.
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