This Adorable Female Beagle Was Neglected So Badly That She’s Looking For Her Forever Home That Will Be Able To Provide Her With Hospice Care

“We have now come to the point where the vet has concluded there is not much more we can do besides finding her a comfy forever.”

The adorable Bitsy would love an owner who can provide a shoulder to lay her head on, a comfy bed, and some short walks.

And while Crate Escape Rescue is unsure just how much time Bitsy has left, they are confident that her spirits are “still full force.”

Since telling Bitsy’s story on Facebook, the Hudson Valley community has shared their hopes for the pup’s adoption.

“I will keep you in my prayers, Aunt Bitsy. I hope this sweet girl finds a loving home to live the rest of her life comfortably,” commented one user.

“Praying that someone will open their home to give her love and attention!” wrote a second user.

Crate Escape Rescue is an entirely volunteer-run, foster-based rescue. In turn, all adoptable pups are currently being cared for at foster homes throughout Hudson Valley.

If you are interested in meeting Bitsy, she is currently being fostered in Poughkeepsie. To submit an adoption application, you can visit the link here.

Or, to view and share the original Facebook post to generate more awareness of Bitsy’s forever home search, you can visit the link here.

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