This sweet, neglected girl has been on rural business property for who knows how long. There were a couple of concerned neighbors that called authorities, but their subsequent visits yielded no action, and she was destined to stay and suffer in misery. When we heard about this, and visited the property, we couldn't turn away. Once you see her, you can't 'unsee' her. She didn't leave our thoughts until we got her in our truck and headed to the vet.
She's yet to realize her hell is over and her new life has just begun, but that is what's happening. She spent last night on a comfy bed with readily available food and water for probably the first time in her life. She will be getting the red carpet treatment and a complete set of tests to get her well again. And then there's the emotional healing. Naturally, she's confused and an emotional wreck, but based on her initial behavior, she is open to affection and love from humans. Something new for her, but you can tell she so craves it.
Meet LEXUS. Discovered at a junkyard/car repair shop, she's a luxury brand and worth every upgrade available.
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