Champ: My Story of Survival

By Fiona Ingram

Children's, Environment & nature, Education & teaching, Biography & memoir, Magical realism | eBook


On May 11, 2013, a little dog was dumped at a California animal shelter. He was enclosed in two sealed plastic bags, with another one over his head and tied around his neck. Do you believe in miracles? One happened right away. The shelter vet was able to revive him. More miracles happened. He was taken in by S.A.F.E. Rescue animal shelter. Hundreds of supporters on Facebook followed his precarious road back to health. Again, the odds were stacked against him: his condition was so bad, his wounds so deep. But this little champion (renamed Champ) decided to live. A torrent of love and funding poured in for Champ. Many people said Champ and his brave little struggle for survival had changed their lives. People saw their pets in a new light; some people began to work with animals; some people saw their own life in tandem with Champ’s and decided if he could survive, so could they. From being beaten by life, Champ has become an inspiration. Please share Champ’s story: it deserves to be told.


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On May 11, 2013, a little dog was dumped at a California animal shelter. He was enclosed in two sealed plastic bags, with another one over his head and tied around his neck. Do you believe in miracles? One happened right away. The shelter vet was able to revive him. More miracles happened. He was taken in by S.A.F.E. Rescue animal shelter. Hundreds of supporters on Facebook followed his precarious road back to health. Again, the odds were stacked against him: his condition was so bad, his wounds so deep. But this little champion (renamed Champ) decided to live. A torrent of love and funding poured in for Champ. Many people said Champ and his brave little struggle for survival had changed their lives. People saw their pets in a new light; some people began to work with animals; some people ...


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Fiona Ingram was born and educated in South Africa, and has worked as a full-time journalist and editor. Her interest in ancient history, mystery, and legends, and her enjoyment of travel has resulted in The Secret of the Sacred Scarab, the first in her exciting children’s adventure series—Chronicles of the Stone. Fiona has recently completed the second book entitled The Search for the Stone of Excalibur, a treat for young King Arthur fans. She is busy with Book 3 entitled The Temple of the Crystal Timekeeper. Fiona is also a passionate advocate for animal rights. Her love for saving animals led her to create Caladrius Books, dedicated to various animal rescue sites and their amazing stories. She is working with organisations as far-flung as the USA, Fiji, and Indonesia.


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Fiona Ingram was born and educated in South Africa, and has worked as a full-time journalist and editor. Her interest in ancient history, mystery, and legends, and her enjoyment of travel has resulted in The Secret of the Sacred Scarab, the first in her exciting children’s adventure series—Chronicles of the Stone. Fiona has recently completed the second book entitled The Search for the Stone of Ex...


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