Little Flower was locked in the Back of the Miami-Dade Animal Services kill shelter out of the publics view.

Little Flower was locked in the Back of the Miami-Dade Animal Services kill shelter out of the publics view.

Little Flower was locked in the Back of the Miami-Dade Animal Services kill shelter out of the publics view. Shaking & trembling in her cage. Our team went down to pull three dogs from the shelter when they were brought in the back and asked if they could help flower. They immediately called Amy for permission and of course she said yes. Flower is Young, she is sweet, she has had a very rough life. Her skin is irritated red and raw missing fur. She is receiving proper medical attention and will be available once she is spayed and out of quarantine. We are so glad we were able to save this little life today. Please donate towards flower her medical care and our ongoing mission to allow us to say yes in situations like this. 100 + Abandoned Dogs Of Everglades Florida Please Donate Here Paypal.
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