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Animals In Print
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From 29 Aug 2009 Issue

Animals In Print Alert
Cross Posting Appreciated!
PLEASE HELP SCOOTER SAVE HIS SISTERS LEGS

About 3 years ago we rescued a new born Chi from the Lorain County Dog Pound with rear legs so deformed they had to be removed. We now have his sister.

We were contacted a few days ago by a Hispanic lady to take a Chihuahua who was crippled. It was very hard to understand her broken English but when she took us into her kitchen she showed us every newspaper photo and article Scooter every had, all posted on her refrigerator. This was the person that took the new born pup "Scooter" to the dog pound because of his deformity.

Scooter has brought so many smiles and love to nursing home patients and schools he now has a chance to help save his sisters legs. The woman surrendered his sister Ci Ci to us because she has no money for her surgery. She has had x-rays and the cost of her surgery is est. $1,800.00 or she will never walk normal and may need her legs amputated due to pain.

 SCOOTER CAN WIN MONEY FOR HIS SISTER'S SURGERY IF YOU VOTE FOR HIM IN THE CUTEST DOG CONTEST. WE DO NOT HAVE THE MONEY FOR HER SURGERY BUT IF YOU GO TO THE LINK BELOW YOU JUST NEED TO VOTE FOR SCOOTER ONCE A DAY FOR THE REST OF THIS WEEK. YOU CAN VOTE EVERY DAY! PLEASE HELP US!

http://www.cutestdogcompetition.com/vote.cfm?h=FBE7926E0E5A33CCFB4D1F10A625CF85  

WE ARE NOT ASKING FOR MONEY TO GET CiCi's surgery just click to help us out PLEASE ! IF EVERYONE READING THIS GIVES US JUST ONE VOTE .... SCOOTER COULD WIN!

p.s if you want to see just how cute Scooter is and how much joy he brings to people watch:

http://s179.photobucket.com/albums/w301/mparke11/?action=view&current=Scooter.flv 

Deborah Parker
Saint Francis Animal Sanctuary Inc.

www.saintfrancisanimalsanctuary.org

http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/OH556.html.


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