Three days ago, there was a flurry of networking on behalf of a dog who lost her home and her family after a devastating house fire.
The dog, named "Coco," had been surrendered to the Fulton County Animal Services facility in Georgia and she found herself in dire straits on death row.
Thankfully, an adopter came forward for Coco before it was too late and today, she is safe.
Coco was known to have an injury to one of her legs which is going to require treatment, and possibly surgery. Many people who networked on behalf of Coco indicated that they would like to lend a hand to her adopter for the veterinary costs.
On Thursday, Kerry Moyers-Horton, the Manager of Placement Services for Fulton County Animal Services, released the veterinary information for anyone who is hoping to make a donation:
Peachtree Animal Clinic at Johns Creek
3455 Peachtree Pkwy
Suwanee, GA 30024
Phone (770) 872-7442
Many thanks to everyone who took the time to network on Coco's behalf.
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