Little Baily spent the week at the Roanoke pound while his owner was in the hospital. We are not sure of the how and why, but he is back home today, thanks to the tremendous efforts of Roanoke City Animal Control Officer Gibson.
Office Gibson escorted Baily to Angels of Assisi, where he was updated on all his shots, heart worm tested, and given a dose of Frontline. On Monday he will return for neuter and microchip, then go back home to live happily ever after.
Baily's Vet care will be covered under the Biscuit Fund, because sometimes people need a little help too. We hope his owner is feeling better, and appreciate how grateful he was for the help.
As always, it was wonderful to work with the Animal Control Officers in our community, and we look forward to many future partnerships. Officer Gibson went above and beyond for Baily, and because of it, a family was reunited. Well done!
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