Just take a look at what love has done to these pets! Here are twelve rescue stories that are sure to pull the strings of your heart! We've read them with tears in our eyes!
"This beauty was picked up by the seaside. I loved her immediately. Soon afterwards the baby was flea treated, wormed, and groomed. She's turned into a wonderful orange girl with a long tail and a quick temper. I named her Treasure."
"In summer I took a subway to get a beauty salon. There was a senior man sitting next to me with dirty boxes and baskets in his hands. Suddenly, just before a stop, he bent over the box, pulled something out and threw it at me. This something hung on my chest and started stinking and yelling desperately. While I was trying to come to my senses, the man got out of the carriage... It turned out to be a tiny kitten with worms, fleas, eye and ear infections. And now it's my joy!"
"I had no intention of getting a purebred dog. I had been searching for a little mongrel dog on the Internet for a long time. But I did not dare even call. And then almost accidentally saw the ad: Papillon, 6, girl. I didn't doubt for a moment that it was my dog. Now she has a completely different life."
"Taken on the street with a generalized form of mange (more than 30 lesions) and a bitten tip of the tail. At first, he gorged on food together with a bowl. I spent two months treating him but it was worth the effort!"
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"The dachshund was taken from the alcoholics, weighing only 6 lb. He was a set of bones and skin. We've been together for seven years now. My love and joy!"
"All my cats lived 17-18 years, and two years ago the last one crossed the Rainbow Bridge, so I decided that's it, I wouldn't get over the loss again. And then I spotted a kitten in the yard. After three days of feeding the little one, I adopted her. Now she digs up my flowers, love her."
"This is the "best" photo of Molly from her previous life. Here she is clean and full and glad she woke up alive in the morning. I don't know where that flea ball came from. Her belly was huge, all covered with fleas. Two weeks later we rehomed the kitty. Today her family consists of two cows, geese, chickens, a dog, another cat, two grandchildren, and grandparents."
"In 2008, my teenage son spotted a small dog on the street, he could tell it was homeless. He took him some sausages, fed him, and the next morning the dog was already at our doorstep. Well, without thinking twice, we took her in. Gradually, she put on weight, became a beauty and the best guard dog in the world."
"We picked up a 2-week-old kitten directly from the trash can. She meowed very pitifully. My husband who couldn't stand cats, dived for the kitten into the smelly trash and rushed to the store for milk. He immediately decided that the kitten would stay with us. She is now ten years old."
"I found her in a snowdrift near a garbage can in freezing cold."
"Almost six months ago we found a little cat. Now she is doing well despite some developmental delays and being underweight."
Which is your favorite story?
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