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  1. Hello, my name is Melissa and my dog is Gator. I really don't know what I'm supposed to say but I really need help for the best dog I've ever known. Gator is five ..he is a Pitt as far as I know but more almost like a bully with a big head and an even bigger heart. I was given gator when he was three months old by nephew ..who insisted I keep him.. I ha recently got divorced and was in the midst of the saddest days of my life ..my brother had passed away at 39 after being sick for years ..I took care of him until he passed and shortly there after my two oldest friends of 30 plus years died two months apart .. so many deaths and my children leaving home to start their life as well as the divorce had left me in a depression that there was no way to come through. Gator saved me is the short story. Though he couldn't talk and I couldn't bark he understood me and I him. I've never been away from him since the day I was blessed with him for the longest four hours. He is the kindest ,loving and gentle creature I've known..now he's sick and I'm at a loss as to how to help him. I applied and received a care credit card but only for 500$ which was almost depleted first visit and got the meds and test that I could afford ..but none were positive . .now he's even worse and needs xrays but I don't have enough to cover all the test they need to do for my boy ..I'm going to little animal clinic on hey 19 in port Richey and it looks like his kidneys are the prob but I don't know for sure ..he's just so uncomfortable at this point I can hardly stand it. Please I'm begging you or anybody to find it in your heart to help my best friend..he surely deserves it. Thank you, Melissa
  2. Hello everyone, I am writing to introduce Molly, my service dog and best friend in the world. Molly and I have been together nearly 7 years and she is no doubt an angel and without question the reason I am alive today. She has been my little partner throughout many challenging times. We have watched people enter and leave our lives together, but our bond has never been broken. Molly is in desperate need of an MRI and I have no income presently to make that happen. Molly was referred for this procedure about 4 months ago and has been deteriorating slow but steady for about a year now. She limps with her right arm and has most recently been decreasing mobility and declining in energy. I feel like she is fading before my eyes and it is tearing my heart out each day. The cause of the limping (and subsequent atrophy) of this arm is unknown as she has had x-rays on all limbs which showed no inflammation whatsoever. The cause appears to be located between her shoulder blades which is the reason for the MRI. While awaiting for my disability benefits to be approved through Social Security, I have sought assistance from numerous sources to get Molly the necessary medical attention required to interrupt the progressive suffering and decline in quality of life she has been experiencing, to no avail. I stumbled upon this site and though I am honestly feeling pretty discouraged at this time, am giving this cause another go in hopes of a different outcome. Any and all feedback, suggestions or questions are welcome, and thank you for allowing us to join your community.