Tossed away like trash while suffering, help came her way before it was too late

 People in the Carson, California, area simply passed a young stray dog on the streets. The shepherd mix had been thrown out with the garbage. She was nothing more than skin that was loosely draping over her bones, and she quietly bled.

When Suzette Hall, the organization's founder and Logan's Legacy 29's mother, was asked to assist by Good Samaritans, she didn't think twice.

Suzette was familiar with the rescuer and team who had been attempting to assist the dog—soon to be known as Coral—but due to the dog's state, there was nowhere to take her nearby. Suzette then used her connections to get the dog moved to Camino Pet Hospital.

Coral will gradually recover thanks to expert veterinary care, which determined that she was malnourished, infested with worms, and afflicted with a disease spread by ticks. While she gains weight and strengthens, she will be fostered. Coral is sweet and appreciative of the assistance, just like so many other dogs who have been saved from the streets.

What would occur if there were no kind heroes to save these mistreated people?