Annie Hart of Rescue From The Hart received a call from two women about an abandoned Pitbull. She learned that someone left the poor dog in the desert. The reporters gave her food while they try to gain her trust and look for help.
After a while, the Good Samaritans realized the dog wouldn’t let them near her. And so, they decided they need expert help. Annie communicated with Hope For Paws, and Eldad Hagar agreed to lend a helping hand.
Accompanied by Lisa and Linda, Eldad drove to the rescue location. The dog was inside a fenced government property that the rescuers couldn’t access. So instead of approaching her, they needed the pup to come to them.
Hoping the dog would squeeze through the fence, the rescuers placed a cheeseburger across the road. Fortunately, she did. But she felt too scared to let anyone near her. So Eldad thought setting up a trap would be their best option of catching her.
The rescuers watched from a distance. When the dog stepped into the trap, they rushed to her. For her safety, they decided to transfer her to a different location before letting her out of the cage.
Lisa and Linda named the sweet Pitbull Bunny. They drove her straight to the rescue center, where vets attended to her. She was timid at first, but after all the hardship she had to go thru, all Bunny wanted was to feel loved. She happily accepted her newfound friends’ affection and wagged her tail at them as a sign of her gratefulness.
After receiving a clean bill of health, Bunny went to her foster home. SevaDog Rescue, a non-profit organization and licensed kennel specializing in rescuing dogs facing euthanasia, offered to take care of the sweet girl. They helped Bunny in her rehabilitation and found her a loving forever home.
Credits to Hope For Paws