There is no denying that puppies, like babies, are the cutest things you can find in the world. Puppies are fluffy, small and will always crave for your attention. And, when they grow up, they will become the loyal companions you've always wanted because they are considered as man's best friends. This is the heartwarming story of how an adorable puppy with deformed legs had her life transformed for the better not only because of technology but also because of caring people.
If you want every dog to be happy, go adopt one from your local adoption shelter.
Jene is just an innocent guy with a big heart. He saw that this puppy was left inside a box. While Jene was still inside the car, he couldn't help but feel pity for the cute little thing that was being ignored by people. Someone actually put the puppy outside the box for a while, but then returned her after realizing that the puppy had deformed legs. So, Jene took the puppy on his own.
So, Jene carefully lifted the box and carried Daffodil using his shirt. After the two of them got home, he offered the puppy with some food and a nice shelter.
However, as much as Jene wanted to help the puppy, he did not have the resources to make it walk and run properly again like a normal dog would. So, he went to the San Francisco SPCA or the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to have the puppy get the attention she deserves.
Even if the three-week-old Daffodil has deformed front legs, she is still a cheerful and optimistic puppy that loves people. One solution to get her running again is to let her have some nice wheels.
To get the right customized wheels for Daffodil, San Fransisco SPCA sought help from a company that focuses on making prosthetics for the animals that need them. Daffodil should get wheels early on. Specifically, one that was custom built from fiberglass.
Daffodil was then being prepared with marks for the wheels to be placed onto once they have been made.
This is what Daffodil will be having. Looks awesome, right? While Daffodil waited for the new wheels, she was adopted temporarily by Lori who has been working for SPCA for 17 years.
Once she got her new wheels, Daffodil was incredibly happy that she can move faster now. Even though she still falls sometimes, San Francisco SPCA was always there to help her. Moreover, Olivia from SPCA finally adopted Daffodil. See, there are still people who are willing to take care and love animals that are not considered normal. If you want to help, go donate to an animal shelter or volunteer.