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Kimberly Alt (Admin)
Susie’s Hope is a very emotional story to tell. To sum it up, Susie was a puppy who licked the face of her owner’s newborn baby and was beaten badly by the owner for it, breaking her jaw. She was then set on fire and left for dead. Ten days later she was found in a park suffering from 2nd and 3rd degree burns on 60% of her body. Her body’s open wounds were infested with maggots. Those maggots helped save her life because they rid her body of the infection. An animal shelter helped heal her back to good health.

Susie was then adopted by Donna, a woman who had survived a pit bull attack. Susie and Donna’s story was turned into a film, Susie’s Hope.

Kimberly Alt (Admin)
Susie’s Hope is a very emotional story to tell. To sum it up, Susie was a puppy who licked the face of her owner’s newborn baby and was beaten badly by the owner for it, breaking her jaw. She was then set on fire and left for dead. Ten days later she was found in a park suffering from 2nd and 3rd degree burns on 60% of her body. Her body’s open wounds were infested with maggots. Those maggots helped save her life because they rid her body of the infection. An animal shelter helped heal her back to good health.

Susie was then adopted by Donna, a woman who had survived a pit bull attack. Susie and Donna’s story was turned into a film, Susie’s Hope.