Poor Dogs Comfort Each Other After Being Abandoned By Their Family

Poor Dogs Comfort Each Other After Being Abandoned By Their Family

Shirley and Laverne are two dogs that were abandoned by their families at a school in Corpus Christi, Texas. To deal with the sadness of being abandoned, they have always been together to comfort each other.

Both were found in the first days of November after a woman went to the school to feed the stray animals there. She chose to approach the helpless dogs, and they chose to run away. Despite this, the lady persisted and spent a month and a half attempting to win the woman’s confidence.

“They made an attempt to flee and were terrified by what was occurring. When the brown child was taken up, she became more frightened. The brindle was more serene,” Leslie Ysuhuaylas, one of the volunteers of the rescue team said.

The two dogs were later moved to a foster home in Texas. The directors of Feeling Fine Rescue in South Florida, Tracey and Micaela Godin, then made the decision to accept them into their facility.

“It’s difficult to understand how they managed to endure such hardships and live alone for such a long time. It’s obvious that it had a significant influence on her physical health, mental health, and general well-being,” Micaela Godin said.

The lengthy journey from Texas to Florida and the entire circumstance caused the dogs a lot of worry and bewilderment. The only thing that sustained them at that period was their unbreakable bond and constant ability to console one another.

“Given that they apparently have no idea where they are headed, it may be both frightening and bewildering. They were grateful to be together, to be able to rely on one other, and I believe they soothed each other during those difficult times,” Micaela Godin said.

In January, Shirley and Laverne landed in Florida. “Their eyes brightened up when they saw the rescue facility… and the backyard. They rolled in the grass as they rushed across the yard. They are becoming a little bit more self-assured each day.

Their heads are moving upward,” Tracey Godin said. The strong relationship that keeps them together is the single thing that has not altered for them.

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