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7/10/08 - Hi everyone! It’s me, Hannah. I just got home from receiving the second part of my heartworm treatment and now have 4 more weeks left to go. Foster mom says that I am being an excellent patient and staying very calm for her while those nasty old heartworms die off and leave my body. After these next 4 weeks, then I can be spayed and have my teeth cleaned and will be ready to wear my jeweled collar, drink my filtered water and sleep on 500 count sheets. FM and I were on the internet last night and I noticed that not many people have inquired about me. It’s because I’m not a pure bred yorkie, isn’t it? Well, I’m currently living with some of those, and let me tell you, FM comments everyday on how great of a girl I am and she can’t get over my being so well-mannered since coming from the streets. So – pure bred doesn’t always mean better. Eat your hearts out yorkies!!!
6/9/08 - Hi Everyone, Hannah here. I just wanted to let you know that I will be starting my heartworm treatment tomorrow, 6/10/08, and since I am very high heartworm positive, could use all the prayers and support I can get. I have put on some much needed weight in my foster home and other than completing treatment, getting spayed and having my teeth cleaned, and feeling like a million bucks. My heartworm treatment will last approximately 8 weeks and I'm told that I probably will not feel very good, so I thought I'd go ahead and write to you now before it started. Have a Great Day!
5-26-08 - I was traveling up to the nearest elementary school to put in a job application to work in the cafeteria. I would have applied to be a teacher, but I was so hungry, I figured the kitchen was where I needed to be. Just as I was about to enter what smelled like heaven, someone scooped me up and brought me to the nearest high kill animal shelter. I was really scared there, but grateful for the food because my grumbling stomach was getting very loud. I overhead the people talking about me saying it was a shame that noone had taken care of me previously because I was positive for heartworms. I always thought positive was a good thing, but the look on their faces did not lead me to believe that I had won the lottery. Speaking of winning the lottery, just when my time was almost up (as I heard them say), in walks this lady with a rescue group. She bundled me up, took me home, gave me a warm bath, some great food and a comfy place to sleep. She told me that everything was going to be ok now because she would make sure that I was healthy, happy and had a home of my own soon. Those words were good to hear, because frankly, my life up until now, has been an uphill struggle.
I’m a sweet young lady who just wants a lap to lie in and someone who will let me show them how much I appreciate them. I get along with other pups and cats, but will have to go to a home without small children since I’m so small and fragile. Foster mom says that before I can start my new life, I will have to put on some much needed weight, be treated for those nasty heartworms, have my teeth cleaned and be spayed. Boy, these people must really like me to go through all this trouble. This is more affection and attention to my needs than I’ve ever had. Personally, I didn’t know nice two-leggers existed. Foster mom’s proven that they do and has promised to find me a great family to call mine. So, while I’m busy getting healthy, you can go buy me that t-shirt that says “I Love My Mom or Dad”.
Since I’m a little low on cash right now, any help you can give with my bill at the vet’s office would be greatly appreciated. Love, Hannah!