‘Skeleton’ Dog Found Locked Inside Cage At Abandoned Doggy Daycare Is So Glad To Be Safe

Local authorities are investigating the mysterious circumstances surrounding a hungry dog who was found locked in a kennel at an abandoned dog daycare center in Vancouver, British Columbia.British Columbia. The staff at British Columbia SPCA was shocked to find out the nearly skeletal dog when he was brought into the shelter. His hair was so overgrown, and upon shaving his matted fur, they might see nearly every bone in his body.

It’s not clear how or why the dog, now named Gator, was left at the doggie daycare, but authorities are looking into the cruelty case. While Gator is battling many health issues, he’s expected to form a full recovery with some extra TLC and vet care.

The crocodile was found in a kennel full of urine and feces-another dog was found dead there with him. The conditions he was living in were horrifying, the SPCA staff said. “He wouldn't have survived another day if he wasn't found when he was,” the BC SPCA staff told Richmond News. While Gator was found considerably at death’s door, his caregivers say he’s very lovable and social. Despite what he’s been through at the hands of peopleindividuals, Gator can’t get enough of them.

“You would think that Gator would be changed by what happened to him, but he’s a complete sweetie,” said Jodi Dunlop, manager of the BC SPCA. “He is so grateful to be saved and absolutely loves people and a spotlight. He features a zest for all times and therefore the will to live!”

After being alone for so long, Gator likes to spend time with his caregiver at SPCA. He’s receiving medical aid for malnourishment, an abscessed ear, and grade four oral disease. look after Gator is estimated to cost around $6,000 — and other people far and wide have already surpassed the fundraising goal to just about $46,000. The extra funds will help the SPCA cover medical costs for other animals in its care. While there's an investigation ongoing, the rescue group confirmed that an individual of interest has been identified within the case.

After the rescue group posted about Gator’s medical fundraiser on Facebook, dozens of people commented about the sweet dog’s story. Gator has already gained plenty of interest from potential adopters who are patiently expecting him to be able to be adopted in about one month.

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“Thankful and grateful this tiny miracle boy was found and has been rescued,” one commenter wrote. “Sick-minded people that would ever prefer to abandon a living creature and be so cruel! I wish happiness and a lifetime of excellent health and much of affection for this sweet soul!”

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