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June 23, 2013

Hope – a dog’s tale

Nearly one year after being found brutally tortured, Hope the dog has fully recovered and is well-adjusted in her new home as foundation formed in her honor prepares for June 29 event


The June 29th event is just the beginning of the Foundation’s projects. Other organizations and local groups have joined Kit Moncrief to assist and orchestrate adoption programs, projects to educate and reduce neglect and abuse with continued support for local shelters and groups.

“There’s a reason her name is Hope,” Sheriff Fowler said. “After all she’s been through and conquered; she is now giving ‘Hope’ to other needy animals all over the state. We are very proud and excited to see it named in Hope’s honor.”

For more information about the upcoming event or the Saving Hope Foundation, log onto

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