Our rescued 9 month aspin girl, named Bronze, is diagnosed with distemper. She was originally rescued from being held in a small, dark space under her owner's small house for 5 months. She has no choice but to endure the pain of not being able to walk outside, being neglected, not being able to eat properly and most of all, sleeping and lying down on the same spot, rain or shine, dry or flooded, for 5 months. We wanted to give her a chance to experience how beautiful life is. At the same time, we wanted to help rescue other furbabies who might be on the same or even worse situation than Bronze. She's in continuous medication and has to visit the vet clinic on a regular basis to ensure her continuous development. This gorgeous dog is a true fighter and can only see the beauty of life.
Strangers for Strays is an animal advocate - charitable group that helps fellow animal lovers and individuals rescue abused or neglected dogs and cats and help them raise funds for medication and vetting, supplies and needs, and whatever help we can extend to give these furbabies a chance to find their fur-ever home, be loved by a new furparent, and live the life they deserve.