Please help us raise $10,000 before end of year!

We have had an incredible year of dog rescue and took on many medical and
special needs cases. As a result, we really need to raise $10,000 to see us
through the end of the year.

Every dog we save gets top notch and immediate medical care before going
into experienced and wonderful foster homes. Once these dogs are groomed,
well fed and rehabilitated- which can sometimes take many months, they go
into wonderful forever homes.

Below are just a few of the dogs with medical issues that we saved in the
past three months.

We need your help so that we can save a few more urgent dogs before the end
of the year. All donations are tax deductible.

Below: Molly- a senior blind poodle found on the streets and taken to a very
full shelter. No one was going to save her- but we did. See the before and
after pics below.

Tiny three and a half pound, Zoey was found in a field and taken to a county
shelter with a huge bulging and painful eye. She was to be euthanized the
next day because surgery was urgent. We saved her that day and our vet
removed her eye immediately. She is now safe and happy in a loving foster
home.

Tiny Maltese pup Fiona, just five weeks old and just two and a half pounds,
was relinquished to us when owners found out she had a huge hole in her
heart and would die without surgery. We got her immediately to our wonderful
team of cardiologists and fed her very well for 6 weeks to get her to the
four pounds she needed to be for the surgery. She had expensive heart
surgery ten days ago.

Fiona is now as good as new and will have a normal, long and happy life. She
will be up for adoption in three months.

These are just a few of our most recent medical rescues, which does not
include dogs that come to us needing less major medical. Strays, owner
relinquished and shelter dogs that also need love and kindness and some
medical, but not major.

We are dedicated to our cause and will be saving many more dogs in 2019, but
right now funds are low, and we could really use your help!

We have a donate button on our home page: www.theforgottendog.org or checks can
be mailed to:

The Forgotten Dog Foundation
1112 Montana Ave suite 166
Santa Monica, CA 90403

With thanks and gratitude,
Linzi
Executive Director

 

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