**We already have a home in the works for this nice cocker boy after he has his eye surgery and a good recovery. The people want him and are willing to wait to adopt him after his eye surgery and then a short recovery.
My name is Flint/Cooper. I am a very nice 3 year old dark blonde cocker boy with a natural tail. I was found here in NC by some good Samaritans who tried to find my owner and finally took me to see a vet. At my appointment they said I might have been a backyard breeder dog or somebody just didn't want me anymore and abandoned me to fend for myself. I was evaluated and they said that I have eye issues and I tested positive for heartworms. The staff suggested contacting CCR for rescue help to get my needs taken care of properly.
At the rescue vet, I have had my heartworm treatment and my recovery went well. I have been neutered and I had a dental with three teeth removed. I am in a foster home until I can get my eye surgery done and then recover afterwards before I be adopted. I have cataracts in both eyes that need immediate attention. These rescue folks urgently need to raise the funds to get my surgery done ASAP. Please donate to help with my care by sending a donation to: CCR, P.O. Box 1050, Kannapolis, NC 28081. Please put my name on it so that they will know it is for me. Thank you for your kindness to help me see better.
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