Husky kept in a chicken cage!
Georgina Michelle enjoyed a leisurely horse ride in Miami, Florida when she saw a terrible sight. She turned along a dirt road when she spotted a lonely chicken cage. But there was no chicken inside: there was a frightened, injured dog.
Michelle, taking a bottle of water with her, immediately went to the cage to help. The animal wagged its tail, rejoiced and drank water with pleasure. Having emptied the bottle, a fox-like dog tried to crawl out of the cage. Michelle noticed that the poor puppy could not cope alone, so she had to help the dog. Then she noticed that the animal was covered with cuts and scabs. There were bruises on her, and her paws seemed to be broken. “They were so bruised that they resembled pouches, and nails grew back into their paws,” Michelle said. The neglect and cruelty that the dog had to deal with was simply astounding. And despite the constant pain, the tail of the little dog wagged all the time. Michelle took the dog to her, called Lucky, began to take care and provide all possible assistance.
The local animal rescue organization found out about Lucky on social networks and brought the dog to a veterinary clinic so that the animal was provided with qualified medical care. It was found that the dog is between 2 and 3 years old. Probably, the pet could not eat regularly, receive the necessary micro and macro elements for normal life.Even the volunteers in the rescue team were shocked by Lucky's condition: “It's just terrible to see this fight: the dog can only go a couple of steps, and she needs to cut off her front legs because they start to bring hellish pain,” said Cailin Ricciardi, a volunteer. “It's really heartbreaking that people can be so heartless that they can just leave the dogs to their fate.”
Lucky’s condition is so serious that the doctors don’t even start operations, as it will be too painful for the dog. One hope for Lucky. As soon as she heals, she will have 4 special prostheses installed. They will be adapted to fit her way of walking. As soon as she receives them, Lucky will be able to walk, run and play with his new limbs.
“This dog is one of the most wonderful dogs in the whole world,” said the volunteer. “She wants to kiss you, she wants to be around, and there is not a single bone in her body. After all that she experienced, she is the strongest dog. "