“Vale la pena”, asegura familia que adoptó a una perra mayor muy enferma

Ningún perro debería morir de tristeza en un refugio. Kaylee está llena de amor.

La familia de Kaylee se enteró de que la perra tenía cáncer al poco tiempo de llevar a la dulce chica de 11 años a casa.

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Hasta ahora, ha vivido 4 meses más de lo que cualquier veterinario pensaba.

Ha hecho mucho en muy poco tiempo. ¡Se ha convertido en un movimiento!

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6 months of Kaylee

It's been just shy of 6 months since we brought our baby girl home. I cried making this, and I hope it gives you some feels, too.****DONATION INFORMATIONIf you want to donate in Kaylee's honor to help other dogs like her, you can donate to BARCS Animal Shelter or the Senior Dog Sanctuary of Maryland.If you'd like to support a children's book about Kaylee's story, you can do so here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1178281403/kaylees-bucket-list-childrens-book (NOTE: For every pledge of $1 or more, I will feed Kaylee a treat on livestream. We have loads of healthy treats ready and waiting!)And if you want to send shelter gifts for Kaylee to donate to Senior Dog Sanctuary of Maryland, BARCS, and Cats R Us for Christmas, you can do that here: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/2Y20S0DM09TJD/If you'd like to donate directly to Kaylee's care, you can find her Paypal email and her youcaring page listed in the "about" section of her page.

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Gepostet von Kaylee's Bucket List am Dienstag, 5. Dezember 2017