A call from the guardianship authority was recently received by volunteers. When employees arrived to check on the household, they noticed a very thin dog. They made the decision to seek assistance from animal rights advocates.
A volunteer arrived at the home right away and discovered that the dog staying there did not belong to the family. One may argue that the dog was highly exposed. He was very thin and ill.
After a few days, the true owner agreed to have the animal rehabilitated and then attached.
The dog is currently overexposed to normal people. Volunteers are assisting with its care and fattening, and once sterilized, the pet will be looking for new owners.