You’re not alone anymore! A female volunteer adopted a pit bull who survived the beatings and spent many years in a shelter
This dog has gone through a lot of terrible things in his life. But then happiness still smiled at her. Ten years ago, a caring man found on the street, on a frosty day, a completely stiff dog. The flayers tied her limbs with wire, and for this reason the muscles from the cold cramped.
In addition, it was clear that the dog had to endure repeated beatings. So the pit bull girl lay under the tree, covered with a blanket. But the man was walking with the dog and she found the end of the wire and began to pull it, leading the owner to the dog.
And fortunately, a wonderful dog named Tatyana survived, which was really a miracle in minus weather. The man’s wife quickly contacted the animal rescue service .
After 30 minutes, animal rights activists were on site and already at the clinic, the dog had numerous injuries, but, to great joy, there were no fractures. But she needed serious treatment and Tatyana spent a year and a half in the clinic.Then she was taken to a Michigan state shelter.
The dog got used to the conditions of the shelter for a long time. She was aggressive both to people and to fellow tribesmen and communicated very hard. She was afraid of everyone, especially men.The volunteers expected this and were very patient, since the dog’s aggression was the result of human cruelty that she had to experience.
Tatyana was already elderly and even with her character finding the owners was not an easy task.In fact, was reduced to zero. And she stayed in a shelter for ten years, until volunteer Michelle got a job there. She immediately fell in love with Tatyana and decided that she deserved a chance at happiness.
And finally, at the end of his life, the dog that experienced so many sorrows found a home and a loving mistress.
It should be noted that her former owner was also found, who was sentenced to 93 days in prison, of which he, however, served only half.He was released and he was forced to pay the costs of treating the dog, which he naturally didn’t pay.