December 21, 2023

Miley is living a wonderful life up north

Many of you remember Pixie because you donated to help pay for her surgery. That was Part 1 of her happily ever after.

When we took her in, she was suffering from cherry eye, a prolapse of the third eyelid gland. She was one of two puppies dumped at a kill shelter after their owner couldn’t sell them. 

The Clinton County Humane Society stepped in and brought the puppies to our facility, and eventually we found homes for both. 

Part 2 of the story is that Pixie headed up north to a 100-acre farm and is now officially a Canadian named Miley! 🇨🇦

Miley has human boys to snuggle, a comfy bed, and a whole new wardrobe fit for the queen she is! Even the family’s 11-year-old golden retriever loves Miley! 

We are so thankful to our financial supporters and to the people who give discarded animals a new lease on life!

Thank you for adopting Miley from the Clinton County Humane Society!