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The shaggy dog, in Virginia, has been found to be a safe, loving, fur-ever home after receiving a “Cinderella” makeover to a no-kill shelter.
Reps for the non-profit, described the rescue as “one of the most shocking cases of neglect” they’d ever met, and the sharing of the good news is that he has received from the fairy-tail ” to the approval that it deserves.
Back in April, a seven-year-old pooch by the name of lion heart was given over to the Richmond SPCA by his owner, reported Today. The little dog had been kept under a bed for two years, and the left side is completely neglected, and his body is covered with thick mats, stools, and urine to the point that he was unable to walk, eat, or drink right on arrival in the shelter.
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The pictures of the lion heart, (which is now known as Cody), before, during, and after treatment, and rehabilitation at the Richmond SPCA.
(The Richmond SPCA)
“I saw him when he first arrived, and I couldn’t tell which was the front-end and back-end,” Robin Starr, CEO Richmond SPCA will be recalled. “You don’t have to see it. I’m pretty sure that he was in great discomfort.”
Little lion heart, had to be sedated to be shaved, so that his care team and was able to get to work in one of the most shocking cases of neglect” they’d ever seen, officials revealed on YouTube.
“Usually we do bloodwork, and all of them, but couldn’t due to the blankets to find a vein,” Dr. Angela Ivey, director of veterinary medical services for the organization, is called to the present day.
“He had to get his teeth cleaned — they were terrible and he needed to be neutered, and then we got all of his bloodwork, and it all happens at the same time,” Ivey added.
The vet team found out later that the dog was suffering from hookworms, and skin ulcers.
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In spite of the lot of medical problems after waking up from the anesthesia, Ivey described the lion heart, as if acting like a different dog with a special personality, happiness, energy, and curiosity.
“It’s a miracle that he has the trust and confidence of the people, in order to start out with,” the vet said.
After three months of anxious care and rehabilitation in the shelter, the puppy, was recently adopted by a loving and very sweet” – a family, a SHELTER for homeless animals post reports.
In the name of “Cody” by its new owner, Starr said, and the dog and his new family live happily ever after.
“Cody is going to be everywhere with them, and they are just crazy about him. It’s the ultimate Cinderella story,” she thought.
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