Finally someone told Raymund about her and he went to see her, 10 days after my accident. By then, I was no longer in any pain, but I was still bleeding and my bones were jutting out of my wounds. A few more days and the maggots would have had a new feeding ground. Raymund helped me get my leg amputated and saved my life.
The old lady wanted to keep me but she stayed by the roadside where the traffic was heavy and it was obvious I am not a very traffic-smart dog. So I stay at The Sanctuary now. Raymund tells me every time he bumps into the old lady, she shoves what money she can afford into his pockets; and he will take the money and buy food back for her. It brings tears to my eyes. This is what The Sanctuary does, for animals, for humans. Help us. Sponsor one of us. Make a difference to one life today?
Hurray! I have been sponsored but you can still contribute. Please pick another one of my friends from the Sanctuary. They have been waiting for you. Thank you so much.