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Last July I lost one of my rescues to diabetes and was devastated. I only had her for a year and was mourning her. I never intended to get another dog right away, but I happened to see Jimmi on PetFinder and fell in love with him. I didn't expect to get him because he was only 5 months old and I figured he would be adopted by someone right away. I called Heavenly Angels Rescue a number of times with no luck. I was all ready to just give up when they responded and said Jimmi was still available. Needless to say I rushed right down there and adopted my honey on the spot. I can't tell you the joy he brings me with his antics. I can't believe that he was surrendered 2 times before I got him. He is a high energy dog and loves to play and go for walks. I can't imagine my life without him. If anyone wants to share their life with a dog, please adopt from a shelter or rescue, you won't be sorry. These animals are the most loving and appreciative because they really need a home so badly. I think he is a Maltipom (part Pomeranian and part Maltese) and very beautiful. I still think he adopted me, but I'll never let him know that.

Anonymous
Farmingdale, NY

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