We make a lifelong commitment when we adopt a pet. There are no exceptions to this rule. However, not all dog owners appear to be aware of this. After being seriously hurt and going blind, the owner of one dog felt he was no longer deserving of his home. By the time he was found, the dog had grown severely weak as a consequence of starvation and dehydration.
The miserable pup was found laying in the mud, no longer "deserving" of a roof over his head. He was dehydrated, hungry, and weak. This is where the dog opted to spend his final days. He had accepted that his life was ended since the one person he genuinely loved had abandoned him.
Rescuers found in time to save him! They had to help him into their vehicle since he was too weak to stand. It was time to take this dog to the vet and get him checked out! The little youngster was extremely patient on his way over. He was afraid, but he knew these kind folks would rush to his help. He now recognized that his death didn't have to happen so quickly.
According to the vet, the dog's health had worsened to the point of starvation. He was anemic to the point of requiring numerous blood transfusions. While the doggie warrior was being treated, the rescuers made as many phone calls as they could. They also advertised for a foster home on Facebook. This poor guy should not have to wait any longer than necessary at the vet's office. He had to experience what it felt like to be loved in a home!
The next afternoon, the rescuers received a call from a charming woman. She had previously worked with blind animals and wanted to provide the dog her home as a safe refuge for him to recuperate. It was the perfect match. After the vet cleared him medically, the pup met his new foster mom, and it was love at first sniff!
The dog who accepted that he will die is now doing well. He's also said to have been a foster failure! His foster mom can't conceive of a finer home for him. The lovely young love charms everyone he encounters. It doesn't matter that he is blind; he is wonderful! Despite everything, we're thrilled that this pup found his happily ever after.
Thank you to his new mom, the rescuers, and the vet staff!