Fuzzy was rescued by “PSYjaciele w potrzebie” a rescue near Radom, Poland. She was four years old.
Fuzzy’s former human kept her tied to an old tractor with just three feet of rope. She was extremely malnourished (she had been fed old bread soaked in water), covered with ticks, and had a fungal infection on her paws.
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Four months before being rescued, she’d had two pups that were also taken in by the foundation.
Fuzzy and her children found new homes in September 2015 (thanks to Facebook post) and now she’s a happy, lively dog living with a new family. Unfortunately, she’s still she’s still easily startled, extremely fearful of loud noises and fireworks and has trouble socializing with other dogs.
Despite this, she’s finally living her best life with her forever family in Warsaw.
This story originally appeared at Positively Woof by Larry Kay.
Positively Woof shares Animal Rescue Stories to celebrate the heartwarming victories of rescued animals and the heroism of people who make a difference. Curated by P-Woof Story Editors Jarissa Aquinde and Robbi Hess, award-winning dog author Larry Kay, and Rescue Spokesdog Louie. Discover what the P-Woof team is doing today.
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