Are you someone who keeps on losing tiny things such as your pen, notepad, bookmark, and such objects? These small things get lost or misplaced most of the time. Have you noticed that? But losing them don’t usually matter because you always have an extra in your bag or table drawer.
However, what if it’s your pet who got lost? Do I even to have ask that? I know you would be really devastated.
Though we always follow safety and security precautions when we leave our fur balls at home, there are just things that we cannot control. Like the loss of our favorite furry buddy.
It is very sad and unsettling for us to think where they might be. Are they safe? Are they eating properly? Are they kept warm in a very cold weather?
Just the thought of them alone in an unfamiliar place makes it so hard to sleep. I can’t imagine bearing that pain. Which is why I admire rescue center volunteers like those from Hope for Paws because they are the heroes of lost pets.
It is because of them why missing dogs and cats were able to return to their home. They give hope to lost animals like Edna, the star of our today’s story.
So there was a dog named Edna who was rescued from a gated community by the good people of Hope for Paws. The poor canine was there all by herself, trying her best to survive with so much hunger and fear.
But before Hope for Paws came marching in, an animal control group first took their chance at helping Edna. They weren’t, however, successful in trying to catch the pup.
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