Gallegos lures Sikorski to a mall on Menaul, with the help of Simply Diego’s.
“So after your post on Thanksgiving Day, when you drove to Kansas to give that little dog, I said, ‘This little girl is amazing,’ Gallegos said.“ You’re a teacher. instead at a middle school. You dedicate your life to animals, and you deserve it. “
“OK. Thank you very much. I was very surprised. I don’t know what to say,” Sikorski said. sometimes easier. “
When asked what she would do with her $400.
“Probably paying some of our vet bills because we always have some, so (laughs).”
She says that emergency vet bills can total $6,000 a week.
“Thankfully, we have a good base. We have great sponsors and great supporters,” Sikorski said.
All people are inspired to help animals.
“We’re 100% adoption-based, so we don’t have the facilities,” says Sikorski. I have a great team. I received the request. I find the animals I want to pull, then I go to them, and we find a foster person. In fact, Alexx has married a few people recently. “
Earlier this month, Sikorski rescued a pug that she said had been thrown out of a car. He goes to meet a lucky young lady who is very happy to receive her Christmas present.
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