With her last ounce of energy, she wagged her tail and…

This sweetheart suffered with mange probably most of her short life, and the mange was winning: she had collapsed in the corner of a shed and would never have stood up again if rescuers had not arrived.

At the sound of our voices, she found the strength to wag her tail, and her black button eyes told us all we needed to know. She needed help or she would die. We hurried her to the hospital and gave her an IV drip to hydrate and nourish her. By morning she was already slightly improved, and we began treating her infected wounds and mange.
“She was literally a few hours from death, you guys are angels, thank you for all that you do”- An audience said.
“No matter how rich, talented or intelligent you are… how you treat animals tells me what I need to know about you” Ralph Smart
All of us can make a difference for animals in our everyday lives, whether it’s by adopting a pet, choosing products not tested on animals, eating a humane diet or engaging your community in animal protection issues. With so many widespread problems facing animals, it takes all of our collective efforts to confront these cruelties and change things for the better.
Her progress was immediate, and with delight we helped give her the care and love she needed to blossom. Meet Cotton now!
Big thanks to those kind people who are willing to help poor animals. Please watch video below and share with your friends:

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