there are no words that can explain what Isabella means to me.
Thank you for reas my story, and I sorry about my english, here in Peru we speak spanish.
Well, my mom died of cancer and I only stayed with my dad. 6 months later my dad was also diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Isabella came into my life when I felt the saddest and loneliest person in this world.
This little bit of life 🐶 helps me get up every morning to keep fighting against my father's cancer.
A week ago my baby started to stop eating. I tried everything but her condition worsened and she is now hospitalized.
They can only feed her through the veins for now (her one-year-old body does not tolerate water)
They must do many tests to get to know what she have: tomograms, blood tests, urine, feces, etc.
Doctors can not do much if we do not pay the expenses to start. They can not even give her specific medicines without knowing exactly what she is sick with.
Isabella is the daughter that I can not have also because of medical problems. I miss her, I need her, I love her with all my heart and soul