I vividly remember the day I rescued you. Your frail body scraping through the cold steel rail tracks after a local train unapologetically ran over you. My first instinct when we locked eyes was to hold you in my arms and somehow muster the courage to give you hope and solace. Seeing you once in such a dire situation with dilapidated legs, severely broken jaw along multiple fractures was heart-wrenching and brought me to tears.
But your gorgeous smile and that rhythmic tail wags showed me how valiant and powerful a soul you were. I still get astonished as to how a small creature could endure the immense pain and still behold the hope to live and love.
You gave me hope when it was supposed to be the other way around.
I am so utterly gracious how you have been able to change your life around since that incident. It was a tumultuous ride so far, but I promise things are about to get better. God is good.
After all these days you while you were healing physically, we were lucky enough to find yours forever home in Canada.
Wouldn’t it be so fun much to have a cozy home, a loving family, and ample snow to make snow angels?