Bermuda had been inside the back room at the shelter where they are euthanized, but was taken out through the pleas of a kindly shelter volunteer.
When no one adopted her after another week went by (she looked so sad and thin), she was only one hour away from her second and final trip to the back room. That is when we rushed over to get her because of the emails her savior sent us. We also saved an emaciated small white Shepherd/Shiba Inu pup that day, who had also been taken out at her last moment, who also was to go back in for her final trip that same day.
Bermuda is a year and a half old, is now spayed, healthy, and back to her normal weight. She has been bathed and groomed and is happily awaiting a new and loving home, her faith in the kindness of humans restored.
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