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Wonderful girl Kopuk is looking for donations to help with medical costs for surgery. Please donate anything you can to help our girl!

We adopted this beautiful angel on March 16th of 2012.
She came all the way from Turkey where she lived on the streets and was fostered for about a year until she arrived in Canada in February. Here is her story from the wonderful lady who rescued her before she knew what love was..

"She really is a special girl. We first ran into her when I was training my dogs in front of my apt. she was sleeping on the sidewalk between a busy traffic road and some shops. She was so friendly and so well behaved. One day when it was pouring I was out walking the dogs and I saw kopuk drenched trying to shelter herself on the doormat of a nearby building a bank it was I think. When the guard came over and kicked her so she would get up because she was "scaring the customers" that's when I had to step in and she became a part of our 80m2 apartment's new member with our two dogs:)
She is blessed to have met such good people such as Leah,Susan and finally you and your lovely boys:) she truly has been thru a lot I was only able to protect her the last year before that no one knows:(. So you truly did a good deed:) "

She had some hind end problems which she may have been born with, or could possibly be the result of disease. She will need to undergo further testing to see what exactly can be done, and to get this done, she will need to travel from Nova Scotia, to Prince Edward Island. The tests will reveal whether or not she will need knee surgery, (possibly both knees), hip surgery, and her hocks as well.
She has been quoted as a "gentle and knowing soul" and truly defines what a companion is.
I have two children who refer to her as 'our girl' are head over heels in love with her. Even though she has only been part of our famly for 6 weeks, we can't imagine life without her.
She deserves to better her quality of life, and I can't in good conscience let her go on knowing that she might be able to better it.
You will never meet a more gentle giant. You would never know that she wasn't always socialized and fed regular meals.
Please help our girl, and give her the life she deserves. She has come so far, and to give up now wouldn't be right.

Thank you!
The Hazel family
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