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IN Animals ON 26 Jan, 2016
Dogs are wonderful animals. Because of our loving and mutual relationship with them, they have become more adept at catering to our habitat. But not every dog immediately lives in a wonderful home with a supportive human family. Some dogs, among other pets, are abused, exploited, and hurt needlessly. Thus, there are possibly hundreds of thousands of dogs around the world who do not live the life they should have for being loyal to humanity.
This is the heartwarming story of a dog who was industrious but punished by insensitive people who do not know when to admit their mistakes. Will the dog find redemption at the end? Read the story below to find out.
This dog is named Anubis, who was the ancient god of the underworld according to the Egyptian myth. He is a brave dog who always guarded the property he was assigned to protect. However, some people tried to break in and eventually cut off Anubis' nose.
Because Anubis was physically damaged, he no longer had a job and was left to suffer in the streets. Here, you can see him resting under a car as he weeps for others to save him.
The first person to take care of poor Anubis was the Animal Protection Foundation that has already taken care of thousands of suffering animals throughout America. The next savior of Anubis was SNARR, which has brought dozens of animals from other nations to the United States to receive proper care.
Anubis was taken to Olney, Maryland, where he lived in for a week before he was eventually moved to Tennessee and to Fort Worth, Texas. For a dog that has seemingly been living a bad life, everything was getting brighter by the day.
Anubis might not have been used to moving from places to places, but the volunteers were awesome enough to keep Anubis happy during the travelling period.
One of the greatest things that Anubis had was delicious food. Although he cannot eat the way other dogs normally do, he is still quite grateful for the nutrition and the gastronomic delights.
Eventually, Anubis was taken into foster care by a concerned family from El Paso, Texas. The family is supposed to take care of Anubis for six months only, but Anubis might stay longer, especially since he is already friends with another dog who was blind.