A little dog was left in an airport toilet along with a devastating message

It’s distressing to come across young animals that have been left by their owners. It’s upsetting to learn the reason of it.

A 3-month-old dog was discovered left inside a public lavatory at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport. No one saw who left the puppy, but there was a message with it.

It’s also one of the most heartbreaking stories.

“Hi! My name is Chewy! My owner was in a bad condition and couldn’t afford to pay for my plane ticket. “”She didn’t want to leave me with all her heart, but she had no other choice,” the handwritten message said. “My ex-boyfriend kic.ked my dog during a quarrel, and he now has a massive knot on his head.” He most likely needs the services of a veterinarian. Chewy is my absolute favorite. Please adore and care for him. ”

Chewy was found in the bathroom of an airport and was given to Connor and Millie’s Dog Rescue (CMDR).

According to Christine Crews, a spokesman at McCarran International Airport, many pet owners are separated from their dogs at the airport. And the airport has done everything possible to reconnect them.

But this was not the case.

“You could tell by the way the message was written that the lady was in a lot of pain and she didn’t want to give him up and she couldn’t take him with her,” CDMR’s Darlene Blair said.

And they’re relieved to announce that Chewy suffered no lasting harm. They also put him with Patricia Montano, a foster mom, so he could recuperate, relax, and be cherished.

But they tried very hard to find Chewy’s original owner before giving him to Patricia.

Darlene told The Washington Post that the number one reason they began this was to let her know he was safe, and to let her know that if she is secure and wants Chewy back, we would do whatever it takes.

They hadn’t heard from the prior owner, but they were hoping to receive an update on Chewy and know he was in good care.

The first few evenings with Patricia were difficult.

“He had a significant lump on the side of his head.” He was also in excruciating pain in his jaw. “He yawned and let out this gut-wrenching scream,” Patricia said.

Chewy had already been adopted, but CMDR had to stay with Patricia for a few more weeks to keep a close eye on him in case he had any health problems.

Patricia thought it was also a good idea to share Chewy’s tale.

Patricia said, “I believe he really created the scene for people to speak about domestic a.b.u.se.”

It’s ter.rible to learn that there are numerous cases of domestic abuse involving dogs.

And Chewy’s tale will raise awareness for rescue organizations such as CMDR and shelters like Noah’s Animal House. A.B.U.S.E victims’ pets are cared for at Noah’s Animal House. They care for the pets until the owners are healthy and stable enough to care for them again.

It’s encouraging to know that, despite their inability to communicate, so many individuals and organizations are standing up for animal cruelty victims.

Watch the video below to see how Chewy is thriving after being rescued.