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Paws For Mobility

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Eve Rosser

THE STORY:

Almost all of the pieces are in place for me to begin my new life with my service dog (Molly). I've been training and living with my prep-dog named Zach. A prep-dog is a temporary service dog that Zach and Molly's training organization places in the service dog recipient's home to help bridge the gap of time between fundraising and getting the permanent service dog. During this time Zach and I have been training and working together. For more information about a prep-dog go to: www.pawsformobility.org
My two pet dogs have gone through the basic obedience training of Molly and Zach's organization and are doing awesome. I work with Molly once a week at minimum. Our bond gets stronger every time we work or hang out together. All the hard work we've done for the past year is paying off and Molly and I are ready to become a team.

The only missing piece of this puzzle is funding. Now that our preparation is complete, Molly and I are eager to start our life together. This is where you can help us reach our goal. We need your donation of any size to help us. Not only will you be helping me acquire Molly, you will also being helping raise awareness about Invisible Disabilities.

I have learned, through the school of Hard Knocks, that the Invisibly Disabled community is one of the last unrecognized communities in our country. My dream is to be a voice for for the voiceless, to raise awareness, provide support and shatter the stigma associated with having an invisible disability.

You see: being able to acquire Molly is not only a victory for myself and my disability, it is a victory for people with invisible disabilities everywhere. By placing Molly at my side you are telling the world that people with invisible disabilities have a REAL limitations that require real solutions. You are telling judgmental people that we are not faking it even though we look "normal." And you are telling people that a person with an invisible disability deserves to lead a rich full life with the aid of a service dog. I am brave enough, and strong enough to stand in and speak up for those who are oppressed by their disability. I am committed to making a difference in the world and the lives of people.





For more information about my condition and why I need Molly go to: www.pawsformobility.org.

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