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Rescue Story: Arwee Cat

Arwee's Arrival

I took Arwee home that afternoon… [and] I didn't see her for the better part of three weeks. In spite of my attempts to lure her out, she just crawled further underneath the bed.

However, one night I woke to the softest tickle of baby whiskers on my cheek…

Anonymous, from Lubbock, TX

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Dharma

The Road To Recovery

Like so many horses during troubled economic times, Dharma, a young mare, was severely neglected. Fortunately she was rescued and brought to a sanctuary, but then she sustained an injury that became infected. Her journey to a loving forever family was interrupted.

She needed life-saving surgery.

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