The dog was tied to the sink, the former owners left it a bowl of cereal and left forever

 One day the family decided to move out of the home they rented. They abandoned their dog by tying it to the sink

One day, the family was evicted from the room they were renting. The home director soon noticed strange thing there .later, as he passed their apartment, he began to hear the groaning.  

 When the director went to check, he found a canine in the restroom. The poor dog was tied to the Gomorrah. Next to the pup, there was a coliseum of cereal. The poor dog plodded to free itself from prison. The canine twisted its leash that it nearly could n’t move. It felt a lot of pain. 

Why they decided to do that to their pet wasn't clear. All we know is that the canine spent a week in such an unenviable position tied to a pipe, without water and food. The canine ate only half of the cereal from the coliseum, it couldn't reach the rest because of the crooked leash.


   The man released the canine. she had traces of severe injuries on the canine’s neck as the canine tried to free itself from the leash. The director of the house posted a post on the social network about the poor canine. He asked people to help the canine. Members of the association« Kate’s Deliverance for Creatures» responded to his request.

The staff of the association took the canine to a veterinary clinic. There, it had surgery on the neck. There was an open crack. In addition, the vet said that the canine had been tied up for over a week. That means it was tied up indeed before the possessors moved out.

Despite all the suffering she had to go through, the canine was veritably kind and gentle. She loved being in the company of people and wanted to get at least a little mortal attention and warmth. The canine really likes to be gentled .

The baby was given a surname – Afterlife. Now it's in the house of a levy on temporary care. It's described as a kind and tender canine who loves to play with people .

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