There are still many good stories around us. Human love is the fire that warms the most extreme situations. And whether people or animals, love and care are priority. One of the lucky animals to receive love from humans is the dog. However, many times, dogs also have to fall into a miserable situation. With no shelter, no food and no caregiver, what will the future of injured dogs look like? Today we will tell you a rescueing story that will move you into tears.
He was still breathing. But only just. Many passers-by would have thought this puppy had already died. But a caring person came closer and called us for help. He was unconscious. We knew we had to act fast to save him. We saw multiple puncture wounds on his neck and carried him extra carefully in case of spine damage or internal bleeding.
But as soon as we reached the treatment table, his eyes opened! Perhaps being handled was giving him the trust or confidence not to give up. After cleaning, bandaging, and stabilizing him with a drip, we placed him in a quiet kennel where he could rest until he was strong enough for a roommate. He ate like a trooper, slept quietly, and by the time we introduced him to his new friend, we knew he was feeling better because he made it crystal clear that the toy we’d given him was too fun to share.
This little guy had been on death’s door, but nothing can stop the sun from rising.
So happy to see the dog can live and play again. Today, the angels saved another angel.
All of us can make a difference for animals in our everyday lives, whether it’s by adopting a pet, choosing products not tested on animals, eating a humane diet or engaging your community in animal protection issues. With so many widespread problems facing animals, it takes all of our collective efforts to confront these cruelties and change things for the better.
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