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With the saddest look and his bones in sight, dog spent his days stuck on the roof of a house

 Having a pet it's about giving him love and all the attention he deserves

We only need to hear stories of animal solidarity and love to realize that we can all work together to bring about the change we want to see. 

Fortunately, because to the efforts of activists, organizations, and rescue groups, the lives of many cuddly animals have been drastically transformed. Above all, animal lovers raise their voices in support of all those that suffer at the hands of unscrupulous individuals.

The rescue was made feasible by the nets' pressure and the assistance of the Colombian National Police. This time, we'll recount the story of a furry little child who was able to escape the horrors he was living in thanks to the community's numerous complaints. 

Scott is a senior labrador who has spent his entire life chained to the roof of a house in Valle del Cauca, Colombia.

Fortunately, his situation was brought to the Una Amiga Foundation. This one then acted as if he was going to give the furry one all the attention he deserved. He was 14 years old when he spent his life in awful conditions. But now all he can think about is how much better his golden years could have been.

“Thanks to Juan Sebastián Vidal and everyone who helped with the rescue of this 14-year-old child, he is already being moved to our headquarters, where we will do everything we can to fill him with love.”

When he arrived at the veterinarian clinic, they gave him a diagnosis. Unfortunately, his malnutrition is serious, and he will have to go through a lengthy treatment before he can find a new home. 

The Foundation stated in a recent update:

“Dr. Claudia Paris examined Paul at the Happy Pet Veterinary Clinic. He was carefully checked out, and tests were performed, the results of which I have included. Paul suffers from acute malnutrition, anemia, and hypoalbuminemia. All of this is the result of poor diet and neglect. He is now at the Foundation, where he will remain for as long as necessary to complete his rehabilitation.”

It's only a matter of time before Paul is fully recovered. We are confident that you will overcome this challenge and have plenty of strength and love to share to those who want to give you a new and better life. Thank you so much to everyone who has spoken out. Having a pet entails more than simply having him around; it also entails lavishing him with love and attention.

Help us spread the word about this story and create an echo to continue fighting for all vulnerable animals. Let us be the voice for those who lack one.