Animal Lifeline of Iowa Tails to Tell!
Amber - Animal Lifeline of IowaCashmere's Story My life changed when I adopted Cashmere. Animals do that to humans, but this particular animal won my heart forever.
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Lil Bit's Story - Animal Lifeline of IowaBlue Too and Ricky's Story I adopted Blue Too (was Hemmingway) in October 2007. I knew from the moment I saw him, that he was to be part of my cat family. He was a very active kitten, too much so for some of my older cats, so after much though, I adopted Ricky (was Richochet) in April 2008.

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Lil Bit's Story - Animal Lifeline of IowaBo's Story Our family is passionate about reaching out to those in need and this is reflected by the number of  shelter or abandoned animals who live in our home. We have two Labrador retrievers and three cats (and a stray cat we are currently seeking a home for). We love all of our animals and learn patience, compassion and loyalty from them every day.


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Lil Bit's Story - Animal Lifeline of IowaLil Bit's Story Lil Bit arrived at the shelter after being hit by a car and she had a fractured pelvis. Surgery on her pelvis was successful and then we found out she was heartworm positive.

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Delta's Story - Animallifeline of IowaDelta's Story
Delta is a cute grey tabby that was born without eyes. She was born approximately May 21 and is very cute. Click to read more about Delta and her sister Amber, also born without eyes.

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Amber's Story - Animal Lifeline of Iowa

 

 

 

 

Amber's Story Amber is a cut little black kitten that was born without eyes. She was born approximately May 21 and has a little white on her chest and chin. Click to read more about Amber and her sister Delta, also born without eyes.
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Amber - Animal Lifeline of IowaJimmy's Story Jimmy, a Bassett Hound, came from the same home as Cleo and is also undergoing treatment for heartwork. He is a great dog, always happy!
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Felix's Story
Felix is a Dalmatian that could not hear when he came to Animal Lifeline. He is a great dog and is so happy that he has a new forever home. The "rest of the story" is an article that appeared in Better Homes and Gardens Magazine and Stephanie is the special person that gave Felix his forever home. They are both very happy!

The Rest of the Story Note: This is a large PDF file and may take some time to load. This article appeared in the June 2002 issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine.

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Abacus' Story Hi, My name is Abacus and I was hit by a car and left to die on the side of the road. The good people at Pitts Veterinary Hospital in Nebraska rescued me and gave me lots of care and love to help me recover. I still have partial paralysis in my back legs. The good folks at Animal Lifeline "adopted" me and gave me even more care and love. It was a great place to live and I thought I would be there forever.
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