Olivia was found stray in a rural location. With no houses to be seen for miles it was assumed that someone dumped her in the country to fend for herself. Scared, alone and hungry she wandered the streets for days before animal control was able to take her into their custody. She sat at the shelter for six days during the legal stray hold period to see if anyone came to claim her but alas, the six day came and no one arrived. She was then evaluated for adoption and due to her poor health Olivia was put on the euthanasia list for the following day. A plea was sent out to the rescue community and a LHS foster stepped up to take her in. Transport was arranged to get her to Dallas and she was taken directly to the vet for a complete exam and a new leash on life. On Sept 24, 2014 Olivia (now known as Lizzy) entered into the LHS adoption program where the horrible past she left behind was all a distant memory. She was warm, comfortable, happy and no longer in pain from the skin infection covering her entire body. Thanks to donors like you and her amazing foster family, over the next few months Lizzy made a full recovery and is 100% clear from the skin mites that once plagued her body. Olivia has been adopted.