Hello community, this post will be a little different.
First of all, I want to thank all the people who were very much on the lookout, of Donna's health, the little dog I rescued from a dumpster a few days ago.
This is the post in which I told you about Donna, for those who didn't know about the situation.
The affection that I developed for Doona was gigantic, seeing how small it was, but the big heart I had, how hard I struggle to live, just inspired me.
But pitifully, I failed.
I tried a lot to save her, do fundraisers online and in my community, use all the money that I had saved until I run out of a single penny, but I couldn't save her.
Donna was in very bad health and as much as she fought hard until the end, she could not win the battle.
I really feel heartbroken. But in part, I feel good to have given her this way a few days of love, affection, and friendship, which I know she appreciated very much.
I think the saddest part of this job I do is realize that you can't save all rescued puppies and how much it hurts to lose them.
Donna, now she is in a better place, where she is not suffering and I know that she is grateful to each and every one of us who watches over her when she needed it most.
I will continue to fight and work hard to save more lives, I know that much more good news will come, than sad statements like these.
Thank you all for your help, we have managed to make a dog happy after so long that the only thing I had known for a long time, had been sadness and suffering, you are wonderful people.
Rest in peace Donna.
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