Annabelle was rescued from a high intake animal shelter. LCHS was the only rescue that responded. Annabelle was known to have an eye condition needing treatment, however once transferred to LCHS it was discovered that she was in worse shape than originally known. Annabelle immediately began treatment for chronic eye, ear, and skin issues. She was feeling better and finally surrounded by people who showered her with love when more bad news came, Annabelle was diagnosed with severe kidney disease and had at most one year to live. Annabelle spends her days being spoiled rotten, eating delicious food, and receiving treatment equivalent to that of a queen. Annabelle visits classrooms to show kids that while she was neglected and used for breeding all of her life, she loves people, especially children. Annabelle is an incredibly smart and affectionate dog and an ambassador for adoption. While LCHS concentrates on saving as many animals as possible, it is important for a rescue organization to never forget the worth of standing by the animals that it commits to. Often it is the hardest cases that teach us the most. Help me to raise $1,000 in honor of Annabelle and other senior and special needs animals like her.