Two days before Christmas, a rescue shelter decided to enter the high-kill one. They instantly connected with a dog who was just hours away from being euthanize.
This is a heartwarming story about a dog named Stanley. He had a severe case of mange, which made him look pretty horrible. Stanley was in dire need of help. He had mange, which is a terrible condition that could easily kill him if not treated soon enough. The only way to save Stanley’s life was to turn this “just one dog” project into something bigger than it already had been and make it a miracle story with many hearts beating happily together.
This is a lovely video about the deliverance of one canine. It shows how “just one canine” inspired people to come together and perform Christmas miracle.
Two days before Christmas, a deliveryman entered a high-kill sanctum and incontinently connected with a dog who was just hours down from being euthanized.
His name is Stanley. Stanley has a severe case of mange. It was so bad he was able to open his eyes. The deliverer was unable to get the Hole Bull out of her mind, so she decided to change the dog’s life.
An animal rescuer named Cathy Stanley of Camp Cocker Rescue posted a video of Stanley at the Sanctuary in Los Angeles. Cathy ended up pulling Stanley out, not knowing where he was going.
Her video tape and plea went viral and on Christmas Day a man named Dave Schofield who was then living on a farm on Vancouver Island, Canada decided to help. And so he did. He and his wife Jo-Ann watched the videotape and incontinently wanted to help. They took in Stanley and cared for him.
Dave called Cathy on Christmas Day and offered to take Stanley away, so maybe he could start a new life with foster parents in the Canadian province of British Columbia. An Enough plutocratThere are enough rich people to bring Stanley into care institutions!
But, to my surprise, Stanley’s story is now being espoused by a couple who had noway seen the video.
Josh and Teresa Caufield were won over by Stanley’s happy and friendly personality.
Stanley is loving life and is well loved by his new family, his time on death row is a distant memory for him. Camp Cocker and Respect-A-Bull continue to work together to help save Hole Bulls like Stanley, after Stanley.