The most wonderful gift was given to Xzavier Davis-Bilbo. A woman named Lynette turned missing service dog Shi Shi in to MADACC, the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission after local Milwaukee news stations came to rally around Valetta giving her a platform to send out her plea that Shi Shi be returned.
Lynette told Fox 6 News that she turned the dog over after her family recognized Shi Shi from the news reports. Shi Shi wears a Harley Davidson collar and that’s what got their attention. Our Valetta is a rider.
She calls her Harley the Green Machine. Before Xzavier’s tragedy, Valetta lived a much different lifestyle. These days her time is split between being the primary caregiver for her paralyzed son Xzavier and maintaining his life support equipment and her duties as a Spokeswoman against Distracted Driving.
The amazing thing about Xzavier’s mom is that she is upbeat. She does not seek revenge on the woman who callously ended her son’s dreams of becoming a linebacker for the Green Bay Packers, his favorite team of all time. Xzavier is nine. He was a hard core fan by age four. Valetta has stories about his football fanaticism. Now Valetta seeks to educate the public at large, and this Distracted Driving is a worldwide epidemic. She started the X-Man Foundation, a federally recognized non-profit.
Valetta just tries to make sure Xzavier has the best day he can possibly have each and everyday and on May 30th Ms. Lynette turned in Shi Shi because this City of Milwaukee came together for Shi Shi’s recovery. Thank you to all.
Spokeswoman Valetta Bradford and her son Xzavier Davis-Bilbo are available to speak at your schools and events either in person or by Skype.
We invite you all to friend Valetta Bradford on Facebook;
Valetta is set up to receive donations by email at the email address above. You have to tell her you would like to do so or you can donate to ‘the X-Man Foundation’ at any Educator’s Credit Union in person. The X-Man Foundation is a federally recognized non-profit.