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{ else }   Blog: Girlie Girl: Dog who has Heart-worms needs YOUR help!  

Hi my name is Valerie and I run The Princess Buttercup Foundation in New Jersey. We are rescuing a beautiful dog named Girlie Girl from a shelter in South Carolina. Girlie Girl has been diagnosed with heart-worms. She came in along with a litter of puppies, who naturally, were adopted long before her. Girlie Girl is a very sweet and mannerly girl. It's so sad that she most likely lived a life of just producing cute little puppies for people to buy. In return, she just got dumped at a shelter!

In order for The Princess Buttercup Foundation to pull this precious girl, we need to collect approximately $1,000 for her to be transported up to New Jersey, temporary boarding fees until she is adopted or a foster home becomes available, and medical fees (heart-worm treatment, vaccinations, fecal test, and flea/tick preventative). Even if you can only donate just a small amount that would still greatly be appreciated, it ALL starts to add up! Please pass along her page so we can collect these funds ASAP. Here is the link to where you can make you generous donation:

Thank you!
Valerie and Girlie Girl


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