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He Laid In Agony Among Trash, Wiggling His Tail So Workers Would Hear Him

 Donut was lying on the main dumping floor of a trash incinerator facility after a long fall out of a dumpster. His body was covered in cuts & puncture wounds, and his front legs were severely injured.

Baltimore City Animal Control skilled a call regarding a dog that had been found by the city’s trash incinerator facility.

The dog was discovered on the most dumping floor after an extended fall out of a 30-foot roll-off dumpster.

He wasn’t initially noticed among the huge piles of trash until the front-end loader operator saw movement and quickly stopped his machine. He then jumped into the debris to rescue him.

The pooch, now named Donut, was alive but unable to urge up. The operator pulled trash-covered Donut bent safety and placed him on towels.

Donut had cuts and puncture wounds, and what seemed to be severe injuries to his front legs.

Animal Control rushed him to BARCS Animal Shelter, where he was examined by a team of vets.

Donut may have seemed like he was too far gone, but he had tons of fight left in him and proved that to the vet staff by wagging his tail and trying to maneuver his face closer to theirs for comfort.

Despite everything Donut has been through, all he wants to try to to is give kisses.

He is now at a patterning Franky Fund clinic ER, where he's being treated for his injuries. Donut is unable to steer on his own and should require surgery for one or both of his legs.

“We don’t know what events led up to Donut being found on the incinerator plant floor yesterday,” BARCS wrote during a Facebook post. “Could someone have purposely have thrown him away in those dumpsters? Or did he wander or fall in there on his own? regardless of the circumstance, sweet Donut is now safe—and very lucky to be alive.”

If you've got any information on this case, Baltimore City Animal Control is asking you to please call the Animal Abuse Unit at 443-681-0101.



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