Growing up is difficult, especially if you do not have a responsible parent or guardian to show you the ropes.
Unfortunately, many people do not fully realize or fulfil their duty to help vulnerable children of all kinds find their way in this world, writes a blog. theanimalrescuesite. greater good.
Two unfortunate Ohio puppies found themselves in the care of such an irresponsible caretaker, through no fault of their own.
When their master decided that no one else could worry about taking care of them, he simply threw the young brothers in the local park to take care of them. They were only three months old.
One of the puppies wandered and was later found in a neighbouring province.
The second brother was not so lucky. Unaware of the dangers of being outside, this innocent puppy wandered the railroad tracks and hit the oncoming train. The accident happened the same day when the puppy was incomprehensibly left alone to take care of it.
Surprisingly, the young dog did not die, which is a testament to his resilience, strength, and quick response. However, the poor creature certainly did not survive the incident unscathed.
Despite undergoing emergency surgery, the puppy, who has been a sheriff’s department since Trooper, lost his eye, tail, and two legs, probably because he had already come to terms with so much.
«If the juvenile had just taken the dogs to a shelter, the Trooper might not be harmed today,» said Sheriff Richard Jones, a puppy’s former teen owner who was accused of abandoning animal cruelty.
«I am confident that Tropper will find a wonderful home forever, but his limited quality of life could have been prevented if this individual had made a better decision.»
Trooper is currently living with a new foster family who reports that this playful young kitten is recovering well and is going to learn to use the wheelchair as soon as its seams come out next week.
Meanwhile, the Animal Friend’s Humane Society in Hamilton, Ohio, is already looking for the Trooper family forever. If you think this is up to you, contact their website or their Facebook page.
Let’s find this sweet boy the eternal home he deserves.