It's been about a week since we rescued this sweet baby. Reece Skylie came to us in horrible condition from her previous owner. She was emaciated, she had cage feet, and a extreme curve to her spine. Along with all of those issues she also had what doctors to believe is Bilateral entropion in her eyes. Reece was kept in a crate all day everyday and that is why her feet and spine appear they way they do. She is growing mentally and physically everyday in her foster home, and w ... e are so proud of her. She is gaining weight, she is learning to trust, learning to play, and learning to love. Reece is patiently waiting for her surgery to fix both of her eyes and she could really use everyone's help. If you can donate even a small amount every little bit helps. Thank you everyone for supporting us, and allowing us to keep rescuing!
Reece says Thank You! â¤ï¸
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