Our lovely Mia joined us from NYC with a horrible skin issue (which turned out to be a very treatable form of mange). This lovely girl has spent the last month in medical foster, and is looking good now! Good with dogs, possibly cats, and school-aged kids.
On 12/1 her foster mom wrote: Hi everyone my 'sad' has turned to 'glad'! Thanks to everyone who has sent me beautiful things and contributed to my care. I feel so much better and am on the fast track to a full recovery. I had a smile in my face this evening and to thank Pet Supplies Plus for allowing me to be bathed there all the time, I waited on some of their customers tonight. I heard my foster mom tell people over and over how wonderful I am. I had no idea humans could think I'm that awesome til For the Love of Dog busted me out of the shelter! I can leave medical foster next week and go stay with my new foster family til I am all better. I should be ready for adoption around Christmas. Please remember my other pals in the rescue as contributions are always needed to get us all healthy and ready for our new homes. Thank you for my new life and happy tale!!!
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