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Back in June, 2008 on Myspace.com, I was going through the bulletins and saw that Saving Helpless Animals - Paula had a little girl that was looking for a forever home. As soon as we saw her picture, Sugar melted our hearts. We decided to adopt her. Before she came to us, she had to overcome heartworm, so we waited for her. She was finally ready in November, and she was delivered via Operation Roger. Paula was good at keeping us informed how she was doing and Chris, her driver, was great calling us with updates. Today makes it 4 months since she came home to us. We love her dearly, and wouldn't trade her for anything in the world. This is a picture of her with Santa Paws. I wish more people would adopt their pets, there are lots out that are just waiting for their forever home. We are glad we did.

Cindy Konrad
Blue Earth, MN

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