Lost and Found Dog Saves Life of Boy with Down Syndrome
Do you believe in canine guardian angels and the kindness of strangers? You just might after reading this story.
Early one morning, Yolanda Segovia's neighbor, Stacey Savige, knocked on her door and asked her to temporarily take in a stray dog she had found. The scruffy terrier mix had no collar or microchip. Segovia eyed the pooch -- burrs sticking to his belly and mud caking his fur -- and reluctantly agreed to foster him for the day.
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As I sit her at work, just having finished an Amy's enchilada, I decided
to go to the website. I recently decided to give up meat for a month to see if I could do it. I'm only in my second week but have found it to be quite easy thus far.
But anyway, I saw the picture of your dog, which looked a lot like mine and as I read on, I can't believe the similarities. We got out Tilly 10 years ago, at an adoption agency just like the one you described. Tilly was rescued from the local pound.