Look At Sissy Now!!
Great things happen when people/organizations work together and we are grateful to our good friends at At-Choo Foundation for helping us with Sissy's surgery to remove that HORRIBLE mass on her chin and in her mouth. Sissy was at the Baldwin Park Shelter for WEEKS waiting for a rescue to help her. This sweet, loving, 12 years young senior gal was being passed over by everyone. When a foster was found we knew we could now help her with everyone's help and a s we say "the rest is history!"
Sissy was pulled right before the New Year. We did blood work and x-rays to be sure we could do the surgery. Thankfully, we were able to remove it so she can be comfortable and have a good quality of life. The good news is it is a cancer that has a very low rate of metastasizing, but could grow back in the same place. Tomorrow Sissy will be heading to her foster home and we are just thrilled she is doing great!
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