Good evening friends.
We have a very moving story tonight about a 10 year old blind Shih-tuz mix, Noah. This story actually involves all of you.
Recently, Noah was turned over to “Bobbi and the Strays” in New York as a “found” dog. He was in horrible shape. He was totally matted, his nails were overgrown where he could hardly walk, he’s totally blind and could hardly hear. The streets of New York showed no mercy on little Noah.
Fortunately, Bobbi’s rescue cleaned him up real nice and treated him with lots of TLC. Noah is starting to adapt to his new environment. But still, being a blind rescue is as tough as it gets.
I’ve talked about Muffin’s Halo for Blind Dogs many times throughout 2017. And for good reason; Muffin’s Halo is the solution for visually impaired and blind dogs. The halo around their head creates a bumper free life them. So, the animal’s freedom is restored. And when their freedom is restored, they’re confidence starts to rise and quality of life comes back into their lives. They don’t feel the need to be curled up all nervously in the corner anymore.
Said another way: A blind dog without a Muffin’s Halo, is like a blind person without a walking stick. The Halo and the Walking stick are not luxuries, they’re necessities.
So, although Noah is not from Puerto Rico, The Lucky In Love Relief Fund has donated a Muffin’s Halo to little Noah. And thanks to all of you, Noah can run and play again like any other dog.
Friends, I am Not an affiliate of Muffin’s Halo. I am a major animal advocate and defender of animals around the world. The reason I speak of the Halo with such conviction is because I’ve seen it transform thousands of lives over and over again. The best example of the Halo’s magic is a video from July 27th pinned to the top of Muffin’s Halo For Blind Dogs’ FB page.
If you know of any blind dogs, or just want to have them readily available for your local shelters and rescue organizations, please consider donating a Muffin’s Halo to them. You can make a tax deductible donation through their 501(c)(3) organization, “Second Chances For Blind Dogs.”
Thank you everybody. This was a team effort.
Goodnight from Puerto Rico, Scott Smith for Sammy & Family and Community Editor for ConsumersAdvocate.org.