A stray named Missy got a second chance at life after animal caretakers spotted her in dire conditions and did something about it.
The poor pooch roamed the streets of India and had a large tumor growing near her rear. Missy had picked up a cancerous sexually transmissible disease called canine transmissible venereal tumor. Fortunately, her rescuers Animal Aid Unlimited, India spotted the stray and followed her, monitoring her behavior.
Rescuers knew they might not be able to save the dog. The tumor had advanced to such a dramatic point that there wasn’t much hope. Worse, they feared the tumor may have burst, causing incredible pains for the dog.
After being able to take a close look at Missy, rescue workers were worried that the advanced cancer was incurable… The rescue workers debated euthanasia, but Missy has such a strong life-force that they knew they had to give her a chance.
After 4 months of chemotherapy, nursing care and love, the cancer has disappeared and her overall health is robust.
Take a look at Missy’s alarming and inspiring story and please SHARE with friends and family.
[Featured Image: Animal Aid Unlimited, India]