A story with a good ending: these 2 hearing and visually impaired dogs are finally happy in a good family
Fortunately the kind passerby rushed to rescue the young dogs.
Abandoned, dehydrated and malnourished, Wilson and his sister Wendy were born with multiple disabilities. Therefore, these puppies needed a lot of attention and care, but instead we decided to take them out of the car. Fortunately, someone saw the scene and reacted.
An eyewitness witnessed a gruesome scene in West London. Before fleeing the scene, the driver literally threw two puppies out of the window of his car.
A passerby rushed to rescue the young dogs before taking them to the local Dogs Trust in Harefield.
The charity team was shocked to learn how neglected these kittens, a sibling named Wilson and Wendy, were treated. The poor were dehydrated and very thin, indicating that they were not cared for at all.
They are also hard of hearing and visually impaired. Probably due to their disability, they were abandoned. The volunteers are convinced.
Dogs Trust West London manager Richard Moore can’t believe it. she told MyLondon.
Wilson was born deaf and his eyesight deteriorated over time.
Wendy was born blind and hard of hearing, but she can distinguish certain sounds.
The association takes care of two dogs and is looking for a new family for them. It would be ideal for Wendy and Wilson to live in a guarded garden, as they must have standards.