It is with a DEEPLY saddened heart that I write this message. I needed to let everyone know that our beautiful, sweet, rescued hound mix, Lily, collapsed last night and stopped breathing. She had been happy and playful, eating and drinking, in her foster home, just shortly before this tragedy took place. She has left a hole in my heart, as well as in the hearts of her former owner, Michelle Hayes, who had to return her to rescue due to safety issues and also several foster homes. Lily was well cared for and very happy in her foster home. The emergency hospital that we rushed her to did not have an answer for us but said that, since they could not find anything else that might have caused this, it must have been her heart. Her beautiful heart that we all loved so much!
Run free, baby girl. We all did our best for you… but your life was cut short regardless of how hard we tried to keep you safe and sound. God must have wanted a dog of his own to love…so he picked you…because you were so beautiful and so special.
I hope that you are still that same happy go lucky girl that you always were…but that you have all four legs back again and you can run to your hearts content…. free and safe and loved. <3 And we will all look forward to seeing you again someday.
Much love to you in heaven ?……
Aunt Deb and all of us at OLTL Rescue
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