Her skinny body weighs only 10kg, no one would think she’s already an adult dog
It’s a heartbreaking sight to see any animal in distress, especially when they’re malnourished and unable to move. That was the scene that greeted the kind-hearted people at AMA Animal Rescue when they received a call about a dog that needed help urgently.
The man who called them was a bookstore uncle who had found the poor dog in a cardboard box by the side of the road. What he saw broke his heart- her skinny body weighed a mere 10kg, and she was so weak that she couldn’t even stand up. Her muscles had atrophied, and she looked like a puppy rather than an adult dog.
The team at AMA Animal Rescue knew that they had to act fast to save this precious life. They immediately set out to find her and bring her back to their facility, where they could give her the medical attention and love she desperately needed.
When they finally found her, she looked up at them with big, pleading eyes, her tail weakly wagging in gratitude. It was clear that she had been abandoned, left to die on the side of the road like trash.
But the kind-hearted people at AMA Animal Rescue wouldn’t let her die. They named her Hope, and they vowed to do everything in their power to make sure she survived and thrived.
Over the next few weeks, Hope received around-the-clock care from the team at AMA Animal Rescue. She underwent intensive therapy to rebuild her muscles, and she was given nutritious meals to help her gain weight.
Slowly but surely, Hope began to show signs of improvement. She gained weight, and she started to move around on her own. Her beautiful golden coat shone in the sunlight, and her eyes sparkled with renewed vitality.
Today, Hope is a happy and healthy dog. She weighs a healthy 20kg, and she loves to play and cuddle with the humans who saved her life. She’s a testament to the power of love and care, and she serves as an inspiration for us all.
If you’d like to support AMA Animal Rescue and help them continue their mission to save animals like Hope, be sure to check out their website and make a donation. Every little bit helps, and it could mean the difference between life and death for an animal in need.