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Buddy, an exceptionally sweet elderly Cocker Spaniel mix, is having a very Merry Christmas Eve. He just heard the news that he and his two kitty pals, Ying and Kammer, who have all been together for 10 years, will get to go home to their mom on Tuesday. They have been separated since November when their mom had to flee a domestic abuse situation that was putting her and her pets in grave danger. She was facing eviction as well. The domestic abuse shelter would not accept pets, so Buddy and his cat pals went to a city animal shelter where their mom thought they would be safe. Unfortunately, she soon received a call saying they were no longer welcome. They would either be adopted to other families or euthanized.
Cubby was found motherless at only five weeks old. He is one of many puppies who have been
recently dumped in the frigid cold Bottineau region of North Dakota along the Canadian border. They all have had mange and are very malnourished. Cubby was taken in by a family who realized when he was unable to walk that they could not care for his extensive needs, so they took him to animal control where he would have been euthanized if it weren't for a kind rescuer, Jackie. Jackie took Cubby into her home and posted pleas for help. Sadly, mange is the least of Cubby's problems. All four of his legs are misshapen. His bones are very soft and not forming correctly. Cubby suffered malnutrition to such an extent that it effected his growth.