I met Laura Love after I read her interview in a local news story. She said a veterinarian told her to euthanize Faith, the paralyzed dog she rescued because the dog would never have a good quality life. The quote reminded me of a similar conversation I had with my vet when Sophie got sick so I called her to discuss the experience.
Needless to say, Laura ignored the advice and Faith had many happy years. Today Laura has 16 special-abled dogs and together they open hearts and teach people to never give up.
Laura does not run an animal rescue group. All of her paralyzed, three-legged, two-legged, special needs and senior dogs are her personal pets. They have names like Glory, Miss Miracles, Miss Mercy and Traveler. Each dog was rescued from circumstances that threatened their lives. Today they share a sanctuary with Laura that gives them a second chance and uses their joy for life to bring a spiritual message to people in need.
Here are some of the dogs rescued by Laura Love:
Faith the dog that started Laura’s work.
Miss Mercy and two-legged Winnie in back.
Mr. Simeon who is paralyzed.
Two-legged Traveler and Abigail.
Little Miss Miracles fast asleep.
Read more about Laura’s work at: Walk By Faith Ministry
You’ll also enjoy: Lesson 16: Please Don’t Call Me A Crazy Lady