The pup was shaking around the clock when she was taken to the sanctuary. Her skin, exasperated by the mites, gave off a bad odor. Her infected toes were swollen and her eyes were clogged with infectious mucus.
Given her situation, she should almost certainly be asleep. The Fading Dog never had a shrine title. And he spent most of his time hiding in the depths of his cage of solitude. Audra Spurio came to the sanctuary once in search of a rescue pup for her 2-year-old daughter Gigi.
The dog believed that she was not visible to the rest of humanity. Gigi, on the other hand, told her and said, “Mom, this one.” Gigi tugged at Audra’s coat, leading her to the poor pup. Gigi was overwhelmed with sympathy and gently patted her. Gigi brought the sick pit bull home three times after Audra showed her the other pup, eventually pleading,
“Let the female dog out, she needs help!” Shelter staff eventually took her out of the cage, washed her, and then let her play in the yard with Gigi. They quickly developed a basic language and spent hours playing with each other. The dog was clinging to Gigi the whole time, and she was always reminding Audra that the “sick dog” wanted help.
Audra broke down in tears and asked her mother to support the pit bull, who continued to shake violently whenever she was isolated from Gigi. Audra gave in to Gigi’s persistent pleas and brought home Scarlett, a dog named after Scarlett O’Connor. This sick puppy has finally been allowed to go home!
Scarlett’s health started to improve a week after finding her new home! She spent every free second with Gigi, never leaving her. Scarlett recovered and became Gigi’s devoted companion following Gigi’s selfless attempts to save her. This power couple now spends their days playing and having fun at home and in the garden!