This dog fell into a pool of black tar and was left to die. Fortunately, activists with India's Animal Unlimited stepped in to help.
It’s difficult to imagine how much pain this dog was in after he fell into a bath of hot tar. Paralyzed from shock and the pain, the canine laid in the road as people ignored him and walked past. Fortunately, one individual heard the mass of tar and debris whimper and immediately called India’s Animal Aid Unlimited – a non-governmental organization which rescues animals in distress.
After activists arrived, they were stunned to discover the state the puppy was in. Claire Abrams, a spokesperson for the animal rescue group, told BBC:
“The tar… became hard like a rock and he couldn’t move.”
“We could see his eyes darting back and forth in a panic, but otherwise he couldn’t move a muscle,” she added.
It took three hours, but the animal rights activists were able to scrub the tar off the pup with vegetable oil. Once the black muck was removed, the grateful puppy could finally move again, relays Bored Panda. This account happened in August, but the charity was waiting until they were sure the dog would be alright before they shared details of the story. Said Abrams:
“We were waiting for him to completely recover before going public with his story. We have now released him back into the community.”
This dog fell into a pool of tar and was ignored as he waited for death.
Fortunately, a kind-hearted person called India’s Animal Aid Unlimited.
Volunteers spent three hours cleaning the dog with vegetable oil.
After a bath, he could finally move again!
“We could see his eyes darting back and forth in a panic, but otherwise he couldn’t move a muscle.”
It was a great sight to see the dog emerge from the pile of black muck.
Watch the video below:
Though the puppy was likely traumatized from the ordeal, at least he is still alive. Please share this positive news and comment your thoughts below!
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