No fur-baby should be left out in the cold.
As everyone was enjoying the warmth of family and friends over the Holidays, one dog was left out in the cold.
A few days before Christmas, Terri Looby, a volunteer for the Detroit Animal Welfare Group (DAWG), received a disquieting message that a small dog was seen wandering around the cold, frozen streets of Detroit. Terri and a co-worker then went out to try to look for the said dog during their lunch break. They didn’t see anything, until they saw a trash heap left out on the snow-covered curb.
Terri told The Dodo:
There were some boxes, trash bags and a chair sitting at the curb for pickup day. As we passed the trash, I noticed that there was a dog curled up in the tightest little ball possible.
The dog they found wasn’t really a small dog, but a large pit bull mix. But even if he was larger than expected, no dog could survive freezing temperatures for long and he looked as if someone tossed him out in the cold along with his unwanted stuff.
Terri then recounted:
We pulled over to the curb and got out of the car. As soon as the dog heard us, he picked his head up and looked at me. I said ‘Hi baby, it’s OK. Come see me.’ His tail was wagging, and he jumped off the chair and started limping toward me. He knew he was safe!
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