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I turned in the photos of that filthy Puppy place that I rescued little pug from and they were very upset by the photos, and are planning to send investigators in if they don't like what they see they'll shut them down.
Well today I met with the adopter. I'd gone to Glimmer of life and held "MIA" for an hour or so. I even brought my Pug Fooshe, to play with her. The adopter seems to love her and she took to him well. So I kissed the top of her little head, told her I loved her and wish her a happy life. I'll always remember her little face. God speed little one!