DOG TIED TO POLE REACHES OUT PAW TO COP WHO CAME TO SAVE HIM !

“He gave her his paw, as if to say, ‘Please help get me out of here.’”

Florida-based Police Officer Angela Laurela recently received a report that two dogs had been tied to polls on a street in Pompano writes kingdomstv.com

Unfortunately, there is no street camera in the area so it was not possible to tell her how long they have been there or who left them.

It was an extremely hot day with temperatures up to 100 degrees, so Angela knew she had to react quickly.

She found a weak-looking dog tied to a pole in such a way that he could not move much.

“He was tied to a pole with a very short leash, he was absolutely emaciated, dehydrated, with every bone and rib protruding.” Now given the name Liam, the dog reach out its paw to touch the police officer’s hand and bowed its head. “She just walked toward him very slowly and reached out her hand, and he kind of cowered and gave her his paw, as if to say, ‘Please help get me out of here,’”

It was clear that Liam needed special care and attention, so the officer got in touch with 100+ abandoned dogs from the Florida Everglades. They accepted Liam without hesitation, despite the rescue center being overloaded.

Liam now eats more than ever, regains strength and visits the vet regularly.

 

“He’s receiving so much love around the clock. He’s being fed every hour on the hour so his body gets used to it … We have volunteers who are cooking batches of boiled chicken and rice, so he’s loving life right now.”

Liam is a real ray of sunshine.

“He loves everything, and there are no evil bones in this dog’s body,” Roman said. “For me, it says it all, because after everything he’s suffered, he’s still so grateful and forgiving.”

Every dog deserves a second chance, and that’s what makes shelters and rescue so crucial.

“I think humanity can definitely learn a thing or two from dogs such as Liam, it just restores your faith.”

Source: kingdomstv.com

 

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