It is with great sadness that we bring you news of Fay’s passing. In the short time since Fay’s rescue in July, she touched thousands of hearts with her zest for life and desire to be everyone’s friend. Although Fay was tortured at the hands of humans for the first five years of her life, she overcame those hardships. Fay has been loved and well-cared for these past few months, and all involved in her rescue and care were dedicated to ensuring that neither Fay nor any of the other dogs rescued with her would ever be subjected to the torture of dog fighting again. Her last three months were spent in a loving foster home where she got plenty to eat, a warm and safe place to sleep, and plenty of love. She was very happy in that transitional home, but perhaps she was happiest when she was out meeting people at events. Her tail was almost a non-stop blur. On December 28, she successfully came through her third operation to give back the lips that men had taken away. Sadly, Fay passed away through no fault of anyone who tried to save her, but her past life had the final say due to the horrible scarring she suffered from years of fighting and abuse. We need to stop dog fighting and stop the pain and suffering of these innocent victims. Please join us in remembering the beauty of Fay. Thank you for all of the love and support that has been so generously given to this special girl. Mutts-n-Stuff will continue work on building the Phoenix House in honor of Fay and thousands of victims like her, so dogs rescued from fight busts can finally know safety, comfort, and love. We appreciate your understanding as Mutts-n-Stuff volunteers struggle with the loss of our sweet angel.
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