Pandora was turned in to the Roanoke pound, covered in sores that were bleeding. She needed medical care, and they gave us a call (thank you). Here she is on day one, after a bath and medications. Despite being in a lot of pain, she was always quiet and sweet.
Turns out, this little gal is allergic to just about everything, including some stuff found on human skin. Hence the big question: how is a human supposed to take care a neglected dog, when such a dog is allergic to such a human?
Well, there are these little things called allergy shots. Angels of Assisi provided those, and a very awesome lady named Toni provided special food, a lot of TLC, and now a foster home. Looks like it was just what this girl needed; take a look at her today. Under Toni's gentle care, she is flourishing.
Pandora is yet another who has been helped by all those who donate to the Biscuit Fund, all those who helped care for her in the adoption center, and now by her loving foster home. In short, the kindness of people in the Roanoke Valley saved her, and we think you all rock. Big time.
Faith is raising the sail of our little boat until it is caught up in the soft winds above and picks up speed, not from anything within itself, but from the vast resources of the universe around us.
~W. Ralph Ward