Pair Of Abandoned Pups Spend A Year Waiting For Someone To Save Them

Woman Found Wig In The Middle of The Road-Then Realizes What’s Going On

It had been a year since two puppies were left stranded in an alley by their family. Therefore, it was their anniversary when Suzette Hall arrived to save the pair of abandoned pups living on the streets of the city.

For almost a year, the abandoned pups lived in the dark and drab alleyway, waiting for someone to save them. There was no one to take care of the pups, therefore they looked after and comforted each other. Sometimes they had nothing to eat and used to venture off in separate directions, but always came back to the same place. The two pups were provided a doghouse by some locals and used to spend their nights together cuddling and comforting each other. 

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Woman Found Wig In The Middle of The Road-Then Realizes What’s Going On

Suzette Hall, the founder of Logan’s Legacy Dog Rescue arrived at the location after receiving a call exclaiming about the dogs a few days back. As soon as she got there, her team was taken aback by the pup’s surroundings. There was so much tar on the ground, and the doghouse was the only place they ever knew. The pups were also covered in ticks and fleas. 

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Within a few minutes, Hall managed to secure both pups in the traps. She said that it was not the easiest rescue but one of the most memorable she has ever done. Hall said that synonymously it was the 4th of July, an Independence Day for Americans along with these two pups who were going to live their life to the fullest. She shouted with joy, “This is Independence Day, you’re free.” Therefore, they named the pups Liberty and Justice.

Woman Found Wig In The Middle of The Road-Then Realizes What’s Going On

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Hall took Liberty and Justice home for that night, where they stayed curled up next to each other. The next morning, Hall and another team headed to Camino Pet Hospital for a full check-up of the pups. Liberty was covered in matted fur and needed to be groomed first. The vets removed fur from Liberty’s body and diagnosed Justice with multiple tick-borne diseases. They also stated that Justice was on medicine and would recover in 30 days.  

Now, both Liberty and Justice are at Camino Pet Hospital and waiting for a foster or adoptive family to provide them with a permanent home. 

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Woman Found Wig In The Middle of The Road-Then Realizes What’s Going On

Hall said that she can find a separate home for the pups because they are independent now. However, they had a deep bond while living on streets, but they had become more independent after being rescued and confident on their own. 

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Liberty and Justice still have a long way of healing but they had left behind their worst days and would be fine soon. 

 

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