Rescue From The Hart recently shared a very heart touching video which would bring you tears of joy at the end.
In the video, the team rescues a dog named Angel who was about to die. Her owner had mistreated and abused her in every possible way. They saved the dog and transformed Angel into a completely healthy dog. This was no less than a miracle.
At the start of the video you see a dog or rather the skeleton of a dog. She was so badly mistreated that she was not even able to stand on her feet. The officials were not sure whether Angel would survive or not. By looking at her condition anyone would say so.
Angel was so weak that she was unable to stand on her legs. The volunteers made her stand on her legs every day to make her exercise. She showed some progress thereafter.
Angel needed to eat food but feeding her was a very difficult issue. There were a lot of visitors who came to see Angel. The team made sure that whatever Angel had was controlled as too much eating also could kill her.
Constant efforts were made by the team to bring Angel back to life. She started showing some progress. By now she started getting back on her feet. She stood up for about a minute on her own without any support. Everyone in the team, including young visitors who came to visit Angel had tears in their eyes when she stood up and walked on her own for the first time during her treatment.
Angel started to recover quickly. She had started walking and ate food on her own. This was a big achievement for the entire team. She had started on the road to recovery.
Angel had completely transformed from a skeleton to a healthy dog. She even started making friends in some time. By now she is so fit that she had started running around.
Angel now had a safe home in which she is completely safe and is no longer abused or ill-treated. She now had a loving family who cares for her.
Rescue From The Hart has done a commendable job in this transformation. More organizations such as this come up and make this world a better place to live in, even for dogs!