Maggie and Diesel were almost out of time, but fortunately, these two canines were saved from certain death by kind-hearted volunteers. They have been given a second chance at life that nobody could have predicted!
Troy Animal Rescue Project, a nonprofit in the United States, recently encountered Maggie and Diesel, a three-year-old female dog and a two-year-old male dog.
The shelter where they were staying could not accommodate them any longer, and they were scheduled to be euthanized in just a few hours. The rescue organization was notified of their situation just the day before.
According to Tiffany Howington, the founder of the organization, their actions saved the lives of both dogs.
“We were informed of their situation the day before they were scheduled to be euthanized because their shelter no longer had enough space to accommodate them. We rescued them on the same day,” she said.
Saving more than two lives!
By rescuing Maggie and Diesel, the volunteers of the Troy Animal Rescue Project not only saved two lives, but ten!
Just four days after their arrival, Maggie gave birth to eight healthy puppies, which was a remarkable triumph over their near-death situation.
After this miraculous turn of events, the volunteers arranged for all of the dogs to be put up for adoption. Diesel, the male dog, is already available for adoption, and Maggie will be available once her puppies are vaccinated, weaned and she has been spayed.
The shelter has received many applications from potential adopters, and the future looks promising for each of these resilient dogs.
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