UPDATE: Cream still has not found her "furrever" home. There must be someone who will give this dog the love and respect she deserves. May I ask everyone to repost her story to all of your friends, relatives, and coworkers until we find Cream a soft spot to rest her head wrapped in someone's arms?
Thank you for reading this.
Will Cream, the three and a half-year-old pittie mix who loves to give kisses, play with children, and watch television on the couch ever find a home? Cream has been boarded in the West Palm Beach, Fla. area for months, and this gentle dog with the golden eyes and fawn colored coat desperately needs a home of her own.
Cream has scars from her past abuse when she was repeatedly forced bred and lived in a concrete cell. Fortunately her ability to forgive will make her an ideal addition to one lucky family; the prerequisite is that Cream prefers to be the only pet in her new home.
The family who had promised to adopt Cream decided they didn't want her at the last minute; leaving Cream without a home and forced to live at a boarding facility. Without telling anyone, poor Cream was turned into Animal Care and Control, but fortunately she was rescued again.
This beautiful dog is fully vetted, vaccinated, and spayed. Cream continues with her heartworm treatments; she has completed six rounds with three more treatments left. Her new family will not incur any financial obligation to complete treatment:
Kibblez of Love, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non profit organization dedicated to the well-being of family pets. We provide pet food to families in financial distress as well as aid in spay and neuter services for these families.
Cream's spirit and physical condition from being in a boarding situation are deteriorating. Her story has been shared nearly 900 times, but still no one for this sweet dog to call her own.
Please share her desperate story with friends, coworkers, and your family. Surely there is someone out there who is ready to provide a dog in need with patience, love, and stability.
If interested, please call Angelina Wilson at (561) 271-5890 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. A meet and greet can be arranged.
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