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Closed 27/07/2019

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    Weʼve raised £0 to candy’s vet bill for cancer treatment

    Closed on Saturday, 27th July 2019

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    Our little dog candy came into our lives two years ago, a little dog from a rescue centre that nobody wanted as she was old. In two years she has won over our hearts and touched the lives of everybody she spends time with, happy loving and so gentle and so happy in her forever home. We love her as part of our family she loves us because she now has a family, she has become such a character in our home. The news that the little lump removed from her eyelid is cancerous has devastated us all, the news that treatment to extend her life by a couple of years is far out of our financial means has devastated us further. She is not young but is too young to be given up on, and too loving and trusting in us for us not to try to raise money for her treatment. If you can help us raise the money for her treatment we can only offer you ours and hers heartfealt thanks.



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        Andrew Fry

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        Candy is our darling little rescue dog, an old lady now with the love a tenderness that comes with old age. She still finds her inner puppy when playing with children. She has developed cancer and needs your help to save her life.

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