Morgan, June, 2000
As told by Morgan's rescuer:
One morning, the staff at a small town veterinary clinic found a beautiful chocolate Labrador tied up to their front door, obviously abandoned by her owner. The veterinary staff tried and tried to find her a new home, but finally called the Labrador Education and Rescue Network (L.E.A.R.N.) for help. Nicknaming her Morgan, she was vaccinated and sent to a new L.E.A.R.N. foster home.
While in foster care, it was noticed that Morgan had a severe limp. It turned out to be a badly injured right knee. This required expensive reconstructive surgery that L.E.A.R.N. simply could not afford. Morgan was just so cheerful, gentle, and sweet, she had already endeared herself to her foster family. So L.E.A.R.N. applied to LABMED for help in funding the surgery.
After a successful surgery and recovery period, Morgan was quickly adopted by a couple that lives in the Chicago suburbs. She is the apple of their eye! She'll never be abandoned again!
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