Sweet little Spirit had been the victim of horrible abuse. After publishing the first article about him, there have been so many requests for updates about this precious boy, and the news is all good. You can read his first story here.
When he arrived at Noah’s Arks Rescue, Spirit was literally skin draped over bones. He had been starved and his tiny body showed the ravages of that starvation because he was completely emaciated.
He had clearly been kept in some kind of cruel small confinement, because his little body was bent over and unable to stand up straight. His face showed the pleading eyes of a precious boy who just wanted help to get well.
As with so many other abused animals, the wonderful people at Noah’s Arks Rescue saved this sweet puppy. In the update posted by Jennifer Smith, the President of NAR, she says:
“Look at this beautiful boy. You can see in his eyes how well he feels and that he is ready to discover the world – just as a puppy should be. He left his past behind and is doing great. We are taking applications for this wonderful “SPIRIT.”
As they so often do, NAR is bringing this innocent victim of horrible abuse back from the brink. He is recovering so well, and one day will be ready for a forever home, the same way they saved Janey and helped heal her body and soul so she will soon be a beloved family member.
NAR are angels on earth. They take the absolute worst cases of torture and abuse, and pool together their resources all the way from medical professionals to wonderful foster families to turn around the lives of animals that others had thrown away as no more than yesterdays’ garbage.
It’s heartwarming to hear the stories of success, since advocates see so much horror on a daily basis. It’s also so encouraging to know there are people in the world who give so much of themselves to help the voiceless beings who desperately need to be healed from the inside out.
You can see other animals that NAR is currently helping by visiting their page linked below.
Click here for the first story published about Spirit.
Click here to read more about Spirit at NAR.
Click here for more information about NAR.
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