Zoe, Boxer

Meet Zoe.

When we first saw Zoe, we cried. She is 28 pounds of skin and bones. Her eyes are so sad and haunted, as if she’s given up.
Zoe came into the county shelter as a stray in this horrible condition. We don’t know how long she must have suffered to end up in this bad of shape.
What we DO know is that we had to help her. Zoe has a long road ahead of her and we don’t know how this will turn out. We want so badly to see her become healthy and strong again.
But no matter the ultimate outcome, Zoe is safe. She is loved. She is cared for. And she will never, ever be alone again.
Please, if you are able, help us with Zoe’s medical bills via PayPal below. Every little bit counts. Thank You!
We will keep everyone updated on Zoe’s condition as we know more…

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Zoe’s Updates:

Zoe lost her battle the other day. She was suffering and going downhill fast and so we did the only thing we could for her- we helped her to cross the Rainbow Bridge with love and dignity. Her body was done fighting and her spirit was ready to go. We did everything we could for her, but she came to us too late. Run free Zoe girl and know you are loved.

From Zoe’s foster mom, July 31st 2016: Our girl has been having some ups and downs, but mostly downs. 🙁 We’re doing our best to keep her comfortable but she’s not feeling well. She recently had a mouth abscess that was drained and treated and now she is being tested for Diabetes Insipidus.

From Zoe’s foster, July 24 2016: After a rough few nights and some subQ fluids at the vet, Zoe is finally improving today! She is eating and drinking, yay! I even got some little nubby tail wags.