Zoey needs surgery NOW. Please help

Zoey, an almost 3 yr old Newfie Poo, has been recently diagnosed with Lipo Sarcoma. Her right front leg and shoulder need to be amputated to remove the disease. Her surgery and aftercare will be at UF. This surgery must be done as soon as possible to prevent further spreading. The cost is high and her family needs our help. We need to raise $3500 now.

Now you might think that her family, Jodi, Will, and Bayleigh Wunsch, would just sit back and cry. But instead, Bayleigh had an amazing idea. She and Zoey can help kids who have lost limbs. Now this is not a surprise that an amazing idea like that would come from her, especially since she and Zoey have already been in training and Zoey earned the AKC Good Citizen Certificate. Zoey is ready for her next ministry.

Can you imagine being a kid and losing a limb? Scary. Shocking. Depressing. The National Institute of Health writes about Animal Assisted Intervention. It talks about how animals lower symptoms of depression, improve emotional well being, and reduce anxiety and fear. This is what Zoey could now do... Help kids through the trauma of losing a limb.

This is where we come in. We need to raise the money to get Zoey healthy and start her ministry. Let's do this. Let's help the Wunsch family out. Let's show them love through supporting this new ministry of healing. It's Zoey's journey. Let's walk with her on it.
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    • $50 
    • 46 mos
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    • $200 
    • 46 mos
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    • $100 
    • 46 mos
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    • $100 
    • 46 mos
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    • $15 
    • 46 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Lara Lahey 
Organizer
Umatilla, FL
Jodi Wunsch 
Beneficiary
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