“Jeremiah (black puppy) clings to Neal in desperation, just to have the warmth of one another,” Stacey wrote on the rescue’s Facebook page. “Jeremiah is not feeling well and suffers from mange and an ulcerated eye that is very painful. Neal, who is trying to be brave for Jeremiah is very sick and weak and fighting for his life as he lies on the cold germ infested shelter floor wondering what his fate will be.”
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