SPONSORED

How This Injured Dog Helped Another Dog In Need Is Overwhelming

Dogs are way more compassionate than humans 

How This Injured Dog Helped Another Dog In Need Is Overwhelming
SPONSORED

It is said that what is meant to be, will always find its way. Well, that's what we say about human beings, but we didn't have any idea that it was possible to meet somebody when you're an animal as well. 

Two injured dogs were brought from the animal shelter and over time, they became support system of each other. They helped each other in the best way possible and never got separated. Let's check out the beautiful story of these two dogs. 

Via Rescue Dogs NYC 

SPONSORED

Meet Simon and Sammie. 

Meet Simon and Sammie. 

Both were rescued from a shelter in South Carolina. 

RELATED STORIES

Simon is one-year-old while Sammie is only 4 months old. 

Simon is one-year-old while Sammie is only 4 months old. 

Simon has suffered by the hand of his owner and Sammie was dragged by a car, spray-painted and even shot. Both these dogs suffered terribly but still had a lot of love to give. 

Both of them met at a vet's clinic. 

Both of them met at a vet's clinic. 

Sammie was just about to be operated and Simon just went up to her procedure table and rested his paw on her. Sammie took great comfort by this simple act. 

Sammie and Simon just understood each other. 

Sammie and Simon just understood each other. 

They got each other the moment they met. Both of them were going through a traumatic time in their life and when Jack O'Sullivan, co-founder of Rescue Dogs Rock NYC, found them, she was astounded. 

Sadly, Sammie had to lose a leg. 

Sadly, Sammie had to lose a leg. 

The 4-month-old pup suffered a gunshot wound and lost a leg. There was a lot of damage to the leg and the doctors couldn't save it. 

SPONSORED

But both dogs are in recovery now. 

But both dogs are in recovery now. 

Their love for each other is helping them heal from their physical and abusive wounds. 

Sadly, Sammie had to lose a leg. 

Sadly, Sammie had to lose a leg. 

This kind of compassion and kindness coming from an animal is simply remarkable. 

To know more about their tough journey, check out this video. 

SPONSORED