Sona laid in the middle of the road, unconscious and dying. She was about to give up, but a miracle was bound to happen in the most unexpected time.
Animal Aid receives a lot of calls about animals that need help and saving. But little did they know, the worst and heartbreaking call will eventually come.
One beautiful evening, they received the tragic call about Sona. They found the situation was so bad that this injured dog could die at any moment. Regardless of the possibility that there could be no hope for this dog, they still acknowledged that they would help and then went to the area.
Sona was in terrible shape when they arrived. Indeed, she was unconscious as to what the informant said. They wasted no time and brought her to their clinic for proper treatment.
The good thing about the rescuers is, they didn’t give up on her quickly. The veterinarian and his technician worked together and tried everything to save her. They inspected the body for any serious illnesses but found none.
However, Sona’s neurological exam wasn’t quite right. They found out that the poor baby suffered from a head injury. They needed to give her intensive care by dressing her head wound, giving her essential nutrients, and keeping her attached to the IV.
On the third day, they tried feeding Sona, but the poor girl can’t even swallow. Thus, they fed her liquids.
Almost a week passed, she could finally swallow. But at this stage, she still couldn’t eat solid foods, so they continued feeding her with liquids.
Ten days passed, she finally regained strength and tried moving on her own. She’s still a little shaky, but that’s progress, isn’t it?
Within six long weeks, Sona started walking around with a little trace of wobbling. That’s inspiration right there! She almost gave up, but with the right motivation from the right people, she survived!
Sona is currently with her foster family, and soon enough, she’ll be available for adoption. Well, we can’t wait to hear her happy ending! In the meantime, here’s her full story and her beautiful transformation.
Thanks to Animal Aid Unlimited, India, for the video and photos.