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Blind “Hope” Survives in a Caring Home
Former Huntington Mayor Kim Wolfe found the “well care for in life” animal abandoned to die alone, wrote Deborah Wolfe.
“I know it's hard for some folks to watch their loved ones slip away, but no one should have to die alone, frightened and cold,” Deborah said.
Instead of shivering alone in a ditch, the dog, now named Hope, “slept swaddled in bed between two children.”
Although there have been several “false alarms,” Hope is still surviving with the Wolfe family three days after being found in the ditch.
“We’ll bury her in the family cemetery [when the time comes],” Deborah said, asking, “does anyone know her name?”