The dog that fought to live
Fri, 10 Aug 2012 7:00p.m.
Six months ago a severely emaciated dog was left to die in a cardboard box at the edge of the road.
The dog had lost most of its hair and was so thin and weak it could hardly move.
But somehow, against all the odds, the dog did survive.
Tristram Clayton shares a story about the extremes of human nature and one very brave dog.
A warning – images in this story may be disturbing for some viewers.
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12/08/2012 3:43:17 p.m.
Thank goodness for Kevin and everybody who helps give the homeless a loving home. Its amazing that such a emaciated dog is now doing well, what a wonderful story.
11/08/2012 8:10:37 a.m.
ursula walsh wrote:
God bless this man to take her in This story just made me cry How could humans be so cruel.......I hope they found out who did this and throw them to the wolves.....HORRIBLE humans
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