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  1. The victims of dangerous canine attack are the people that nobody wants to think about or acknowledge. Why? Because the perpetrators are ubiquitous and near universally enabled. How much does the DIA (Dangerous Animal Industry) contribute towards compensating its victims?

  2. Niecie, this was not your fault. After 27 years, you need to stop taking culpability in what happened to you. You blame yourself for not staying in your bedroom and not listening to your older brother. I don’t see that as the case at all. First, he had no right to verbally and emotionally imprison you to one room in the house, second, the dogs should not have been loose, and third, they should not have been family pets. The blame lies on your brother and your parents/caregivers who were the adults who allowed these dogs to enter the family. Absolutely forgive them because forgiveness if for you but don’t blame yourself. You have a beautiful soul.

  3. It seems from the way she tells what happened she didnt see the attack coming and she wasnt afraid of the dogs so who knows what triggered them to attack but im interested in knowing a little more back ground on the dogs

    • We saw this earlier! It’s so good that she gets to take a break! — “I will not see my surgeon again until August. I’m finally able to return to work next week. I am beyond excited to see my coworkers and get back into life!!
      I want to say a huge thank you to everyone that has helped me through this journey. I’m calling this past 8 months my metamorphosis! I’ve always been the person standing in the background .” See more fund updates

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