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This is Theresa the day I brought her home. She was scheduled to be put down the next day. The little one was so sick that the local animal shelter decided it would be the kindest thing. The URI had gotten into her eyes and she was blind and they were sure she was going to stay that way. I said give her to me and brought her home. I gave her a flea bath and stopped counting after removing 60 fleas from her. She was anemic, incredibly sick and I didn't think she would make it through the night. She did though, and the next one and now she's a small 7lb beauty that visits nursing homes and brings smiles to the faces of the patients there. And she can see!
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