The wonderful organization, Noah’s Arks Rescue has yet again come to the aid of a tortured animal.
Dally, an approximately 6-month-old dalmatian mix, had been brought in by Animal Control to the Greenville, SC shelter as a stray. It was clear this poor dog had been heartlessly shot. Her abdomen was swollen and she couldn’t walk on one of her rear legs. The shelter was going to euthanize her immediately because of her condition, but as is always the case, Noah’s Arks Rescue couldn’t allow that to happen without giving Dally a chance at life.
She had to be rushed to surgery, where the leg had to be amputated because the bones had been virtually shattered by the bullet. When the surgeon explored her abdomen, he was shocked to find both a bullet (apparently either a 38- or a 45-caliber) along with the actual casing. For that to happen, someone had to push that gun right up against her body and pull the trigger. Then she was merely dumped and left to die an agonizing death.
What goes on in the minds of monsters who can do anything like that to another living being? It’s incomprehensible to think of the amount of terror, confusion and suffering this poor little girl had to endure.
But Dally’s problems didn’t end there. It was also discovered that she was suffering from full-blown parvo. Normally this deadly disease is something extremely young and vulnerable puppies get, or older ones can catch in a shelter where the disease is found. But Dally is older than the usual age for this disease and clearly was never in any kind of shelter.
Dally has a multitude of problems and a huge battle ahead of her. Through it all, her gentle and sweet spirit has shined through. She has clearly been fighting for her life for a long while, and prior to that had obviously never known a gentle touch from a human. Dally has shown her caretakers that she just wants to be loved.
The people at Noah’s Arks Rescue take on only the worst cases of abuse. Their reward for all of that comes when an animal has gotten the medical treatment needed, the socialization and the emotional reassurances that not all humans are monsters, and the animal is then adopted out into a loving forever home. It takes very special human beings to do the work NAR does, but countless lives have been saved with animals finally finding the loving homes they should have had from the beginning.
If you can find it in your heart to donate even just a small amount to help with the very expensive medical treatment for this deserving girl, you can access the Chip-In at the link given below.
Also, if you have any information about the monsters who committed this horrible crime, please contact NAR directly with the information. The perpetrators of this heinous act need to be brought to justice.
Click here to donate to Dally’s care.
Send an e-mail to this address with any information that could help find the abusers: mailto:NoahsArksRescue@mac.com
Click here for Noah’s Arks Rescue website.
Click here for Noah’s Arks Rescue Facebook page.
Bless all of the hearts who care about the animals.
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