This is Liberty Bell, a 15-year-old Dachshund. Liberty has lived a full life with her mom who has done everything she can for Liberty. Over the years, they've shared a lot of experiences and made a lot of memories.
Liberty's mom has been out of work for the summer due to surgery. During this time, she noticed that her beautiful Liberty was declining in health quickly. As hard as it was for her mom to come to terms with the fact that her dog’s health was failing, she knew it was time to help Liberty cross the Rainbow Bridge. Being out of work for so long, her mom couldn't afford the extra cost for euthanasia.
Liberty's mom applied for assistance so her sweet girl didn't have to suffer any longer. We wish her mom didn't have to feel this pain, but were happy we could be there for her during this incredibly difficult time.
This isn't a typical happy ending blog we like to share, but it’s an important one. Part of Fur Kids Foundation's mission encourages responsible pet ownership. Sometimes that looks like getting your pet dental cleaning, spaying/neutering and vaccinations, while other times it looks like helping them cross the Rainbow Bridge so that they don't have to suffer.
No matter what is happening with your fur kid, at any stage of life, Fur Kids Foundation encourages you to call your veterinarian sooner rather than later.
Will you donate $10 today to help us continue to help fur kids get back on their paws? Donations are tax deductible. Or you can join our pack to help get fur kids back on their paws by becoming a volunteer.
If you didn’t know, Fur Kids Foundation is 100% run by dedicated volunteers who give their time to help the Foundation raise money with events, take applications, and spread the word about the good work the Foundation does in Campbell County, Wyoming.