Traumatized dog cried like a human when rescued, and then made an incredible recovery
Rain, a homeless German Shepherd, cried like a person when the organization Hope For Paws rescued her. Since her rescue, Rain has transformed from a sad creature into a friendly dog.
Rain was spotted running around on the roads for many days. Several people could tell that the poor pooch was startled and starving, as reported by Animal Channel.
They tried to approach her, but she wouldn't let anyone get close to her. A woman named Carey Linnell decided to call the rescue group, Hope For Paws. Follow us on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa, to learn more.
Two volunteers from the rescue, Eldad Hagar and Loreta Frankonyte, arrived at the scene and they immediately sought to gain Rain's trust with some hamburger meat.
However, the food was not enough to get the pup to come to them. Rain began to cry when Frankonyte got closer to her.
Apparently, the dog wanted help, but she was just too scared to accept it. It seemed as though someone had abused Rain that caused her to be very afraid of people.
Frankonyte finally was able to place the trap over Rain's head. She pulled her from the hiding spot.
Linnell then held open a cage door. She was hoping Rain would go inside. The dog appeared to feel protected with Linnell. Instead of getting inside the cage, she ran up to her.
As soon as the rescuers had her, Rain was brought back to their facility, where she was given a bath, medical care, and a good meal.
Though Rain was shy at first, she began to come out of her shell once she learned that people were going to love and care for her.
Two weeks later, someone adopted Rain and was renamed Sassy Pants Dunbar. The dog was overjoyed in her new home. She even has an older brother dog named Ernie.
In another instance, the rescue team from Animal Aid Unlimited, India wasted no time when they received a call about a stray dog, who was hidden inside an old storeroom.
After checking the dog's condition, they discovered that he was suffering from a spinal injury. Luckily, there were no broken bones.
The rescuers named him Alby, and they gave him the best they can. After one month of medical treatment, physical therapy and rest, the dog began blooming with health.