The following article is just for you if you’re considering about getting a rescue dog but need a bit more convincing. The most fulfilling feeling is being able to make such a significant difference in an animal’s life. It doesn’t take much to make a difference in their life. Niya, a rescue dog, was one of the worst cases seen at Trenton, Tennessee’s Gibson County Animal Shelter. She had clearly been going through a critical life before being rescued but her new owner came right there at the right time to completely change her life.
Kimberley Slown felt she had to take her home with her when she went to see her. Kimberly’s group, Arrow Dog Rescue, has saved hundreds of dogs, but none have been as devastated as Niya. She had a cut above her eye, indicating that she went through a tough life. Worst of all, Niya’s mental state had been harmed as a result of the maltreatment.
When Kimberly went to take her up, the adorable puppy was so terrified that she stood plastered against the back wall of her kennel, tail between her legs. Niya, all 47 pounds of her, had to be carried into the car by Kimberly. Niya was fatigued when she arrived at her new home. She discovered a safe area of the home and slept there for two nights and a day. However, on the second night, Niya’s mind began to shift. She stepped over to smell it warily while her owner’s arm dangled from the side of the bed.
Kimberly was overtaken with emotion as she awoke to the sensation of warm breath on her hand, realizing that the scared little puppy was finally gaining confidence. “She just breathed into my palm, and I awoke, touching and talking to her right away.” “She leaned in with a smile.” Niya ultimately went back to sleep, but Kimberly awoke to the same thing not long after.
“The same thing happened a couple of hours later,” Kimberly recounted. “It was exhilarating. “I was in tears.” Kimberly was pleased the first time she smiled – on the way home from the vets. Soon after, she was put into her first proper bed, and then – best of all – the first time her tail wagged. Niya is gaining confidence thanks to Kimberly, which she would not have had if she had continued in the shelter. Such a touching story, let us know your comments, and please spread out the story on social media.