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- May 11, 2013
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For over 2 years, I've been friends with this amazing girl. We both attended a program made for children who come from low income families, and she is perhaps the nicest, most caring person I've ever met in my life. Just a little while ago, she told me that her dog, Molly, was dying. Apparently, one of Molly's disks is breaking up the connection between her back and her legs, which are hindering her ability to walk, and threatening her precious life. Being as though we come from low income families, there's not much she can really do about, except rely on donations from people online. So far, she has raised $30/$5000. Pretty soon it will be too late. I can't stand to see her like this; she's constantly crying and the sight of it is unbearable. Such a nice person with a good heart, has to go through such a traumatizing experience, it breaks my heart.
From the start, Molly, my dog has been successful at bringing happiness to me and my family. She is an inspiration to everyone around her as she brings an ongoing smiling soul. She has given so much to me as well as my family; from hope to tears. All of the special memories and moments I've spent with her have taken part of me as a person and especially as a current 13 year-old girl. Alonso, my baby brother, has trouble with talking fluently but regardless, his first word was "Molly". His love towards her is an occurring example of all the happiness she has given to my family. Now it's time for me as well as my family to give back. For this past week she's been very ill from her spine. On August 4th she started having trouble walking. Today, August 5th, she can't even move her back legs... she can't walk. Molly is only 4 years old and a Beagle; a breed that should be able to live to her 16 years. My baby's only 1/4 along her life.... her journey isn't over yet. For her journey to continue she will need surgery.... very crucial surgery. We now have to show our love and passion to my dear loving angel, Molly. Please donate and show your support.
If it is what they think it is, the surgery will fix the dislocated disk which will then help her spine to return to its original form. It'll take her like 6-12 weeks for her to get back to normal but the surgery will mostly get her walking again.
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