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Abandoned puppy found in coma makes miraculous recovery thanks to loving support

 Francis was abandoned in a cardboard box on the side of the road. They thought he was dead, but then this miracle happened...



On a freezing Winter night, a few saw a cardboard box by the side of the road near a dumpster in their neighborhood. They decided to see out the mysterious box and quickly found a puppy lying inside. He seemed as if he was dead, but he wasn't. This is often Francis’ story: When he was found, Francis was cold and really still and thought to be dead. Luckily, the couple noticed that the pup appeared to be breathing…




Francis was delivered to the local no-kill animal shelter, Community Animal Rescue & Adoption, Inc. (CARA) which may be a no-kill animal rescue in Jackson, Mississippi. A visit to the veterinarian confirmed that when the puppy was still alive, he was trapped in a deep coma.





Although he did not respond, the people at CARA did their best to restore him to health. He was kept warm and comfortable. And, on Valentine’s Day, a celebration was held in his honor.




When he woke up, he went home with some good people from CARA and urged 24-hour care. He needs a feeding tube for 2 months and it is difficult for him to stand up. But he received physiotherapy from an exquisite human and shortly, he went from opening his eyes and raising his head to standing on his own.



His owner, Harriet Scott says, “We were lucky enough to be chosen to adopt this special dog that had become such a star. But to us, he's just Francis, a sweet, loving dog with many energy that likes to run and play outside, nap on the sofa, and live the life we might hope all homeless animals could find. Our family wouldn't be complete without him; he has such a lot love for people because it’s the love of individuals that saved him.”










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  1. God bless the people who cared for Francis and for family who took him home. My Montana loved his bandanas. He had a collection. Keep going Francis

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  2. Thanks to everyone who help Francis! God bless the one who took him home. I pray God fills your life with many blessings for such a good deed. Mad me so sad reading his story. I will never understand how people can treat furry friends so cruel.

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