Locals Wanted To Euthanize Her, But Thanks To Recusers This Dog Gets A Second Chance At Life
It's always heartbreaking to see any stray animal alone, on the streets, hungry and trying to survive. And on the streets on Bulgaria, it's no different. An anonymous woman contacted Rudozen Street Dog Rescue concerned about a very sick dog wondering around in her neighborhood. The rescue team sprung into action to go find and help her.
Alone, Sick and Struggling
Local authorities wanted to find the dog in order to put her to sleep because they feared she would spread diseases. Thankfully, the case drew the attention of rescuer team member Tony and they decided to drive around 70km to her general location to try and find her. When they finally found her, s
When trying to retain her, they thought it might be difficult.. given that strays are not much trusting. However, when tony called for her to come over, she did so, trusting him instantly.
Tony saw how bad in shape she really was then. She Had no hair and her body was covered in fleas and ticks. She had un attended wounds and had infections on her body, making her skin painful. Her front leg was crocked and they saw it was hard for her to walk.
Naming her after the television show character off Game of Thrones, they quickly set off to work on improving her health.
Due to over crowding at the shelter, and the fact that she needed medical care and attention, Khaleesi was provided a bed at the Rescue's office kitchen.
Then the amazing support began to flow in.
A Brand New Dog
It was the support that allowed Khaleesi to heal so quickly. Due to the generosity of people who began to donate medicine and providing treatments like medical baths, helped bring her skin back to life. They also managed to fix her front leg!
Thank You Rudozem Street Dog Rescue!
Khaleesi, in a short while, started to grow out hair and gain weight. Just look at her now! She's unrecognizable! Thanks to the amazing team and people at Rudozem Street Rescue, Khaleesi gets a second chance at life. :)
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