(Click pic to enlarge and get the full effect of that Corgi SMILE!)
Daily Corgi reader Patrice T. wrote me today about Pumpkin, a Corgi in Montclair, NJ in need of some Corgi People support, ASAP.
Read Pumpkin’s story (brief but info-packed), as told by his Mom Lori Hoffman:
In March, Pumpkin had surgery on a cranial cruciate ligament; since then he has developed immune mediated hemolytic anemia (IMHA). His veterinary care has already cost a few thousand dollars and — like the rest of us — Lori’s resources can only stretch so far.
She’s willing to give him away to a good home, if necessary, where his new people can afford his treatments. Pumpkin is neutered, sweet with people and strongly housetrained.
Sure would be nice if they could stay TOGETHER, though!
Lori adopted Pumpkin via Little Legs Corgi Rescue and you know how it goes … it’s love.
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For anything you can do, THANK YOU in advance!
Even just a word or two of supportive outreach can make a difference … let Lori know she’s not alone.
p.s. Thank you Di at Little Legs Corgi Rescue for photo and info!