When a Good Samaritan prepped to feed a pack of homeless dogs, she heard faint whines. She looked around but she didn’t see anything. The closer she walked toward the fence, however, the louder the cries went.
Eventually, the kind woman saw a little white dog in the sewer. She thought it was dead because it was completely motionless but she ought to check and confirm. She crawled under the fence and she was stunned when she established that the pup, a Pomeranian, was, in fact, alive.
The woman hurriedly took the dog to the emergency vet for treatment. Even the doctors were shocked when they saw the poor pup’s state. Thankfully, it wasn’t too late to save the dog.
While the vets attended to the dog, they discovered that it had a microchip and that its name was Mandoo. But even after reaching out to its first and second owners, they ended up having to keep the dog. None of Mandoo’s so-called families wanted him back.
Several weeks later, a local animal welfare group learned about Mandoo. They brought him to a specialist and a CT scan and an MRI were deemed necessary. The registered owners’ consent was required before anything could be done so the vet contacted them and that’s when everyone discovered a shocking truth.
Mandoo’s previous owners reported to the local animal council that he died a week ago because of old age, when in fact, he was at the hospital needing treatment. Additionally, he wasn’t that old. He was no more than 5 years old.
The animal welfare group took custody of Mandoo so he could have every necessary medical procedure done. His test results revealed it was too late to save his eyes but his broken hips and legs could still be fixed. He immediately started receiving treatment and he made such huge progress within a few days.
Mandoo is yet to recover fully but he feels much better now. He never lets his hardships get in his way, and he continues to trust humans despite everything bad that happened to him.
Credits: Kritter Klub