So this is my story of how Frankie’s Friends helped to save my little horseshoe. I was in Dallas, Texas over Christmas holiday and my sister was watching my 2 dogs including my little Chihuahua. Apparently there was a dog fight and my Chihuahua got bitten in the eye and that popped her eye out. I did not have the money for the surgery when I got the call as my husband had passed away earlier in the year.
Frankie's Friends paid for the surgery for my dog and without that generosity and the donors my dog probably would have been put down because there was no way for me to be able to have paid for that surgery. For that I'm incredibly grateful.
She is home and back to herself adjusting well and playing again. I’m home a week later and she has not left my side since.
She got her stitches out today so I wanted to share a picture of her with you and tell you a little bit about her. She is six years old - when my husband and I got her together she was just 5 weeks old.
She has always been the life of the party and in charge. She rents the house and demands attention - she even runs our horses. They can never miss a chance to get out there and roll in all the fresh horse poop.
I’m anxious to see how that will go with her just having one eye and I'll probably be a little bit more paranoid about it, but her personality is still there.
I have noticed that my bulldog is a little bit more protective of her and won't let anybody around her.
So thank you for helping me keep her.
Allah God-bless you all.
— at Warsaw Veterinary Clinic Inc