Pit Bull Thrown From Overpass Finds Forever Home With The Woman Who Saved Him

A woman was driving down a freeway in Portland, Oregon, when she saw an object being thrown over the overpass. At first, it seemed like a bag, but she soon realized it had been a pit bull. She pulled over and parked, calling her daughter April Ayres.

April works at a veterinary clinic, so Mom rushed the dog over there. The poor dog had suffered broken bones and torn ligaments and needed extensive surgery to repair him up. The Eells family began raising money, and that they succeeded!

The family formed a special bond with the dog, whom they named Hank, and decided to adopt him! Also, Hank is symbolic of April Eells’ daughter who had tried to kill last year by jumping off an overpass but fortunately survived. “So, we can’t just hand over on him,” April told KPTV. “They both have made it. And my very own daughter had surgery again today and he had surgery last week, So I just want them for whatever reason… there’s this parallel and he came into our lives for a reason, and my mom just said we’re not abandoning on him.”

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