Shot Multiple Times In The Head, But Homeless Puppy Displays Incredible Will To Survive

Shot Multiple Times In The Head, But Homeless Puppy Displays Incredible Will To Survive

This is a touching story of a homeless puppy who had been shot multiple times, but she showed incredible will to survive. Let’s read the whole story that how she made it possible even after only a 25% chance of survival.

Amal Andari and her friend were driving on the street of Beirut, Lebanon when they noticed a stray puppy wandering on the side of the road. They stopped and thought to offer it some water and food. But when they went closer to her, a gaping wound on her head shocked them. They knew that the puppy needed some fast and serious help, and hence they took her with them to the vet. 

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Shot Multiple Times In The Head, But Homeless Puppy Displays Incredible Will To Survive

After reaching there, an X-ray scan revealed that the poor homeless puppy had been shot dozens of times with a pellet gun. It is most likely to be done by local teenagers for so-called fun, and hence she was infected by parvovirus. It was a matter of concern that if the puppy had not received help in time, she would have died. Andari considers herself lucky that she got another chance to help a poor life, as she is a volunteer for an animal welfare organization in Lebanon. 

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Shot Multiple Times In The Head, But Homeless Puppy Displays Incredible Will To Survive

Vets told her that the puppy showed an incredible will to survive while they were aiding her and providing several medical treatments. Andari also told The Dodo that these kinds of cases are very common in her country, along with the poisonings of homeless dogs. The tormented puppy, now named Bondok, was also left hurt and in an almost blind state due to her wound, but no one cared. She remained alive because of her determination and willingness to survive. 

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Shot Multiple Times In The Head, But Homeless Puppy Displays Incredible Will To Survive

Everyone who was treating her was extremely happy that she did not give up and beat the 25% chance of survival. 

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Bondok is now well and ready to find her new forever home- in or outside of Lebanon.

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