Courtney Bowles received an odd phone from her father in October, informing her that he had discovered a dog chained outside a building and needed her assistance.
Courtney had a lot of experience rescuing pets, so she ran over to see how he was doing so she could assist him. She was a dog, and she was taken aback by what she saw when she arrived on the scene.
The poor animal had apparently been chained for days and was very hungry and dehydrated.
According to Courtney, who spoke to The Dodo,
“She was really underweight and coated in her own feces and garbage.” She had rummaged in a rubbish bag because she was starving ».
The dog had clearly been neglected by her previous owners, who had also left her abandoned in the building after they had moved because they owed the rent. The cruelest part was that she had been chained to a post, with a cat collar around her neck, and being deprived of water and food.
The young woman was unsure how the dog would respond to her approach, but when she offered her assistance, the dog transformed into something else entirely.
Courtney had this to say:
“At first, she flinched since she was so afraid of humans, but she changed after I started patting her and gave her a reward.”
The dog appeared to understand that she was there to help her, so she let go of her leash and they loaded her into the car.
When she was in the car, the dog began to express her thanks and generosity by wagging her tail with joy.
Courtney drove her home and gave her a shower; while she showered her, the water became black, indicating that she was filthy. The woman feels she hasn’t had a shower in a long time or that she hasn’t bathed in a long time.
“Since then, whenever he feels terrified, whether it is during a storm or when he hears big noises, he runs and jumps into the bathtub.” I believe that was the first time she felt secure ».
Bonnie Blue, the dog, got more confidence and began to exhibit her true nature after a few days in her new home. She was so ecstatic that she was urged to meet the family’s second dog, Millie, a loving dog.
Bonnie was still frail at the moment, and she couldn’t run or jump on furniture, but Millie tried her best to assist her. Millie would either slow her speed to allow Bonnie to catch up, or she would knock Bonnie’s toys off her couch so she could play with them.
Courtney had this to say:
“It was extremely beautiful to witness how they gradually came together.”
The two dogs acted as if they had known each other their entire lives; they did everything together, and they slept and walked together in addition to playing. Millie has also succeeded in instilling in her new baby sister a sense of self-assurance and a desire to live life to the fullest.