A homeless animal
Everything is getting harder for an animal left to fend for itself, but especially finding safety and food.
Homeless animals deal with a variety of problems, including starvation, exposure to the elements, illness, and even fights with other abandoned dogs.
At the 7-11’s front door, a dog was found all by itself.
She collapsed right by the entrance door, where she gained self-assurance.
Fortunately, a kind person saw the dog and immediately phoned a rescue organization.
While waiting for help, the woman sat with the animal.
The poor dog was so worn out she was unable to even get out of bed.
Her face was swollen, probably as a result of an attack by another animal.
It’s unknown if she was competing with another stray dog or cat for food.
A recovery ambulance arrived shortly after.
The woman who found the puppy was ecstatic to see them!
Those animal rescue groups were amazing!
Each person owned a modern car, stylish outfit, and a variety of equipment in case a critter needed assistance right away.
The volunteers made contact with the animal hospital and let the personnel know they were bringing a sick dog over.
After placing the dog inside the car, they gave her intravenous antibiotics.
This was very helpful!
When they arrived at the vet’s office, the dog had perked up enough to leave the kennel and enter the examination room.
She displayed her confusion by acting as though she had never been inside of a structure before.
She opened the glass doors and entered immediately.
Fortunately, she avoided getting hurt.