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    Weʼve raised £350 to Pay for Travel to bring inseparable Puppies Max and Gogo to a loving Foster home that is waiting, so Max can have his medical needs met

    Cornwall, UK
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    Funded on Sunday, 25th December 2016

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    This is an urgent plea on behalf of two puppies, who are desperate to be together in a loving foster home that is waiting for them- they need your help to make their dream come true. Max previously had a home and his family took him to the vet claiming he had had an “accident with a lawn mower.” The vet concluded on examining him that he must have been tied up when this “accident with a lawn mower” happened. She told his family that the injuries were very severe, he was in extreme pain and he would need surgery. His family told the vet to put him to sleep as he was broken now, and they left. The vet’s heart went out to this poor bewildered little soul. She operated on Max and hospitalised him and contacted Paws2Freedom charity for help. Sadly though she couldn’t save two of his legs, despite all her best efforts. Paws2Freedom helped the vet find a secure place in a rescue. It was here that he found his soul mate, another small puppy named Gogo. Gogo had been previously abandoned on the streets. When Max was at the rescue recovering from his surgery, dear, loving little GoGo wandered in to see him and promptly sat down beside him and refused to leave. Day by day, Gogo would be found cuddling up to Max or sitting nearby while he received treatment for his hurts. They became inseparable; Gogo cried every time Max was out of sight. Deeply moved by the plight of the two pups, Paws2Freedom foster mum Susan has agreed to offer Max a foster home in Cornwall, so that his injuries can be assessed and to find out if he is suitable for a prosthesis to help him walk. As of now he only has two good legs and balancing is terribly hard for him. Of course, travelling right by his side will be little Gogo. We are sure he will want to oversee his best friend’s progress and make sure we are caring for him properly! But Paws2Freedom urgently need your help to raise the money needed for travel to their foster mum in Cornwall from Romania. Max and Gogo can then go forward in life together



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      • Susan E Hammond

        Susan E Hammond

        Dec 10, 2016

        My sister (Karen) found £10 and after leaving a note regarding this in the village PO it was not claimed and so she asked that it went to getting these boys home. Sent with love.xxx


      • Anonymous


        Dec 4, 2016

        for GOGO and friend xxx good luck x


      • Susan E Hammond

        Susan E Hammond

        Dec 1, 2016

        Money raised by selling the rescue hens eggs and sending with lovexxxxxx


      • Tony Robinson

        Tony Robinson

        Nov 29, 2016

        Hope this helps towards getting those poor little doggies home safely xxxx


      • Dave Ross

        Dave Ross

        Nov 28, 2016

        Good Luck to Max and Gogo xx


      • Marie Ross

        Marie Ross

        Nov 27, 2016

        Poor puppies, hope this helps


      • jan Cornwall

        jan Cornwall

        Nov 27, 2016


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