Decatur, GA – Ozzy has survived unthinkable cruelty – locked in a wire cage with the dead body of another canine companion.
Dogs know so much more than humans realize – they can bring you specifically colored balls, anticipate upcoming walks, let their owners know when they are hungry – and so much more.
Can you imagine Ozzy’s horror as he was trapped with another dog who was dying?
Can you imagine his despair as he sat next to that dying dog, unable to bring or offer help?
Ozzy survived while the other dog did not – whoever owned these two dogs decided to dump them both in an old wire cage behind a shopping center in Decatur.
The deceased dog had been gone for some time – his body was decomposing when the wire cage containing the two dogs was discovered.
Ozzy himself is in poor shape.
He is blind, suffering from Cherry eye in both eyes, as well as dry eyes. He is heartworm positive and possibly suffering from Cushings Disease.
In other words – he has been suffering with no offer of comfort or solace from whoever had him in their possession.
At 10 years of age, with the high number of medical conditions which Ozzy is facing, he was a likely candidate for being euthanized at the shelter that took him in.
But Ozzy’s story doesn’t end in a sterile room with a stranger and a needle.
Noah’s Arks Rescue was contacted about this suffering Cocker Spaniel and they have committed to taking him and his many medical conditions, on.
Ozzy will be receiving all of the veterinary care that he requires to finally feel better – to finally be free of suffering and loneliness.
Ozzy will remain with his rescue organization until he is stable and until the perfect, loving home can be found.
If you are moved by Ozzy’s story and feel compelled to help, please visit the Noah’s Arks Rescue website where you can make a tax-deductible donation.
May Ozzy’s deceased companion, who suffered so greatly, Rest In Peace.
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