An animal hero doesn’t have to be a vet or even a pet owner or even someone who volunteers at a shelter.
When someone sees a sad situation all they need to do is step into action.
The property manager heard mysterious sounds coming from one of his tenants’ apartment and he didn’t hesitate for a second.
He did the right thing which thankfully was something that ultimately saved an innocent animal’s life.
The property manager had heard crying noises from an empty apartment after a family was evicted from his building.
After he went to investigate he found a small dog tied to the bathroom sink, injured and in desperate need of help.
The family, apparently decided that the little white dog wasn’t worth taking with them.
Before they left they tied her to the bathroom sink with nothing to eat except a bowl of cereal.
It was enough just to look into her frightened eyes and didn’t take much to realize that this poor dog needed help.
The poor little dog had been there for more than a week by the time she was located.
She suffered a terrible injury to her neck that happened from being tied up.
Autumn needed help so the property manager wrote a post on Facebook asking for someone to take care of her.
Volunteers at Kate’s Rescue for Animals thankfully saw the post and went to collect Autumn.
They brought her to the Monte Vista Small Animal Hospital, where the staff examined her.
Her collar was carefully cut off and they decided that they needed to perform surgery on the open neck wound.
This was a crucial operation in order to save Autumn’s life.
The veterinarian guessed that she had been tied up for much longer than a week.
Autumn was also extremely thin and dehydrated in addition to the nasty wound on her neck.
She was still the cutest little dog that the veterinarians saw despite all she had gone through.
Soon it became apparent that she was relieved to finally get love from some humans.
Kim Dunn, a volunteer at Kate’s Rescue for Animals, explains, “She is super sweet, and loves to be held, because she’s been neglected for so long.”
Autumn miraculously survived the stressful operation and within hours she was feeling a lot better.
Christine Schamber is now her foster mom, and Autumn she loves every moment in her foster home while she recovers there.
If you saw her today you’d never imagine how much this dog has been through.
“She’s just a happy little girl. She loves her toy giraffe,” Kim says.
When she is finally ready to be adopted in a new home Autumn’s sparkling personality will delight them.
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