Now the animal is under the close supervision of specialists and receives round-the-clock care.
Seven-year-old Lercher dog Rosie, who was left to starve in a hedge, was miraculously saved by another dog. A pet brought its owner to its brother in trouble during a morning walk. The British edition of the Daily Mail writes about this.
The dog adopted and is raising cubs from a pack of endangered African animals (photo)
Rosie was found emaciated and suffering from multiple stab wounds at around 7:30am in North Yorkshire, UK. The hungry animal was immediately taken to veterinarians, who covered her numerous injuries with an antibiotic spray and put her on an IV.
Now the animal is under the close supervision of specialists and receives round-the-clock care. The dog is said to be on the mend, although one of its back legs may have to be amputated due to a severe infection.
“Rose was very lucky to be found in time because it is a quiet street and there are very few people around. We are not sure how long she lay there, possibly all night, so she could have died from her injuries and the cold,” said James Duck. Officer of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA).
According to him, the dog was most likely abandoned to die by its heartless owner.
“This is a shocking incident. However, we are glad that we can help Rosie get back on her feet,” he concluded.
We recently talked about the terrible act of 55-year-old Anthony Bellman from Florida. The flayer wrapped his dog Ksila in a black bag and threw it into a garbage container. The animal miraculously survived and soon, thanks to an embedded microchip and webcams, “indicated” its dishonest owner to the local sheriff.
In addition, we wrote that for the first time in almost 50 years, all destitute animals were taken from the SPCA shelter in Pennsylvania. Although two weeks ago the enclosures were overcrowded. Animal activists shared a joyful photo of themselves smiling in a hallway with empty cages.