By D. David Kinney and Candace Hunziker
From now until the close of Atlanta Pride this year we are featuring the adoptable pets walking with FENUXE Magazine in the Atlanta Pride Parade on Sunday, October 13th at 1 p.m. We’re teaming up with Friends to the Forlorn, Stubby’s Heroes, Lifeline Animal Project, Fulton County Animal Services, and DeKalb County Animal Services to feature dogs available for adoption from local shelters. We’re calling our canine companions Team Little FENUXE. If you fall in love with a member of Team Little FENUXE during the parade you can adopt him or her!
If you’d like to meet Team Little FENUXE before the parade on Sunday we’re featuring a different furry BFF on FENUXE.com every day this week. After Pride we’ll also feature a weekly pet who is looking for a good home. If you’re looking for a cute new pal please consider adopting or fostering an animal in need. Look for the FENUXE staff and Team Little FENUXE during the Atlanta Pride Parade and don’t forget to stop by our booth in Piedmont Park and say HEY!
Today’s featured member of Team Little FENUXE is Annie:
Annie was hit by a car and ended up at Fulton County Animal Control in September 2013 when she was only 4 months old. The accident left her with some road rash, a broken front left leg, and she now has permanent nerve damage to her front right leg. Annie had surgery on her broken leg and her doctor hopes that she walk again after healing. If not, the vet may have to remove the leg with nerve damage. Annie scoots around pretty well on her elbow and she is starting to to use her pinned leg, too. She is such a happy and vivacious little dog—and sweet as can be! Annie loves other dogs and is currently in foster care with large dogs. Despite everything she has gone through she still has a beautiful disposition. To adopt Annie and see more pics of her click here.
Here is a video of Annie leaving Dr. Leathers’ office: