Volunteers found Daisy and Max in an abandoned camp, doing everything they could to survive the cold and hunger
The protagonists of this wonderful rescue story are two puppies named Daisy and Max. Volunteers found them in the middle of an abandoned field while they warmed each other huddling together. After visiting and caring for them, they will be ready to find a lovely family to look after them forever.
The phenomenon of abandonment of dogs, unfortunately it is more and more widespread in every part of the world. Fortunately, the same world is also full of kind people who care and care about saving those puppies from a painful street life on a daily basis.
The point is that the structures, often, they are full and they do not allow to host all the dogs that the volunteers would like. For this reason, rescuers are sometimes forced to assist the puppies directly on the street. They go to them daily, visit them, feed them and check that we are not too serious.
Just during one of these shipments in an isolated field, Volunteers of Love Furry Friends Animal Rescue they noticed that a few meters away from that group of stray dogs that were watching, there were others two strangers. Two bewildered and hungry puppies who seemed to be begging for someone’s help.
That was a very cold period in town, and the two little dogs were there curled up to warm each other up. A scene that shattered the hearts of the volunteers into a thousand pieces and that pushed them to do something for them.
The rescue of Daisy and Max
First they have them come closer, They have them fed with dog food and only then have them loaded in the car to bring them into their structure.
There they called them Daisy and Max. The little boy it gave the idea of already being strong enough to be able to go home with a volunteer. While the little sister, little Daisy, it seemed weaker and more in need of a period of care and rest.
The sure thing is that both have happened in best hands possible. Hands of those who will do everything to make them feel good and who, as soon as possible, will find a loving home for each of them, where they will no longer have to suffer from cold and hunger.