Baby Rori

by Grace Jeffers
(Sunbury, Ohio)

Rori's very short story...

I adopted a little puppy the other day for my birthday. She was itty bitty, only half a pound. She was too young to leave mom, and was diseased when she came. She was the most little precious gift God could've given to me. She was my Rori. Although I didn't have her long, I fell in love with her.

She passed away yesterday and the sorrow in my heart is still fresh. When she was at the hospital, she was so weak and frail. Through all her pain and suffering, she had the energy to lift her head and give us kisses. Even though the vet said they were kisses goodnight, little Rori knew, they were kisses goodbye.

She was and forever will be my tiny little angel. If it wasn't for the breeder, the woman who gave her to us, she would still be here. Breeders all over the country are doing to others what this woman did to me. If you have are against animal mistreatment and puppy mills, please help me spread the word about these forms of pet abuse.

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Rest in Peace Little Angel
by: Ed

Poor little Rori.

Tell us how we can help you in your fight against these scumbag breeders. I'm an online marketer with access to millions. Let me know and I'll help spread the word for you free of charge!

Big Ed
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