So I hear this is the spot I can come to tell my story. It’s a sad story to start, in the middle chapter things gets a little better. I’m hoping the ending is a “they lived happily ever after” love story. There once was a beautiful four year old princess Presa Mastiff named Nina. She loved all the people and all the dogs in her kingdom. She especially loved London Broil for dinner. One day Nina went for a walk and got lost in the desert. Or was she kidnapped and left in the desert by some very mean people? That part of the story remains a mystery. Nina was so scared. She wandered for weeks and weeks looking for someone to help her. She was so lost. One day she ran into some desert animals who were not kind and attacked her. She ran away as fast as she could. Now she was hurt and so hungry and so very thirsty. She was so sad and so so lonely…She almost gave up. But then one day a very nice person from the AZ Mastiff Rescue found her and took her back to their shelter. Nina was soooo thankful. They were incredibly nice to her. They fixed all her wounds and gave her a nice bed and food and most importantly, they gave her love. Nina has been in their care for a while now. She looks and feels so much better. Nina finally feels like her princess self again. She loves all the folks who come into the rescue to help take care of her, especially Liam because he gives her London broil!!! Nina is now ready for the next chapter in her incredible story. She is ready for a new home and a family to love her.
That’s my story. I have heard other fairy tale stories where the princess finds true love and lives happily ever after. That’s how I hope my story ends. Happily ever after. www.azmastiffrescue.com
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