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Rosey Update - June 1

When you meet Rosey in person, you have to wonder what madness is going on in someone's mind that would cause them to hurt this tiny, innocent creature so badly? What on earth would make a person think that picking up a baseball bat and hitting a tiny puppy in the head with it is a good idea? If this horrid act was in a fit of rage, then what would cause this person to continue the abuse of this puppy and stick her in the freezer to freeze her to death? If you are reading this right now then you, like us, have no idea what would possess anyone to inflict such pain and suffering upon a tiny creature that was born just six weeks before this atrocious individual tried to end her young life. And we're sure that you, like us, wish with all your might that you could change the heartless and soulless individuals that derive pleasure from inflicting pain on innocent creatures. Maybe one day, when there are enough of us that actually do care about the innocent and defenseless, we will outnumber the abusers. In the meantime, we continue to fix the damage and heal the hearts and bodies of those that have been the victims of such senseless abuse, like Rosey.

When you meet Rosey, you also tend to forget that her adorable sideways smile is not a feature that she was born with, and that it was caused by the horrid person that brought so much pain into her life. The good news is, we have a feeling that Rosey is already putting that horrible experience out of her mind and she is focusing on life right now. She is happy to be taken care of and experiencing love and kindness. She is happy to be fed and comfortable, and in good hands. It's difficult to determine what, if any, permanent damage was caused by the abuse that Rosey suffered. Right now our main concern is keeping her comfortable. Her jaw is broken, her skull is fractured, but she is in great spirits and is a resilient and happy puppy through it all. She is obviously not available for adoption right now but if you want to do anything to help her, please make a donation toward her care by texting HumaneHelp to 41444 or donating to our Res-Q Fund

And please, don't worry, we will do everything in our power to ensure that Rosey's story has a very happy ending.

Read the beginning of Rosey's story.

Check out Rosey's latest update.


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