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The abused Chow-Chow has been through a lot. Here is how he looks now

It makes me really sad to read stories like the one I am about to share with you right now. This one is about animal cruelty, and unfortunately stories like this, happen everyday all around the world. I gotta admit that reading these stories changes my mood a lot. I only want to read happy stories, or stories that have a happy ending. Unfortunately our world has many evil people who want to make the others suffer. We are surrounded by so much cruelty that we can’t find the solution to make this world a better place. The abused Chow-Chow has been through a lot.
The Chow-Chow , Harry, you are going to see in here was found chained to the backyard of its owners house. The person from KC Pet Project who rescued him described the situation like this: “Harry was found in the backyard of the owner’s home, Harry was found chained, severely emaciated, and he had an extremely matted and overgrown hair that covered all of his body, the worst part was that he found to be missing a large portion of his nose!!”

When they rescued Harry, they said that his situation was really sad. First thing they did was shaving the heavy fur out of him. It took them two hours to get the matted fur out of Harry’s body. Now they are going to let his skin recover. This way the new hair will grow healthy and beautiful.

This is how Harry looks now. The only thing they need to take care next is the injured nose. They have no idea what happened to Harry’s nose, but they think that little by little they will be able to find a solution.

The video below will inform you a little more about Harry’s situation. We are truly grateful for KC Pet Project. Their contribution is really exceptional in helping these animals recover. All animals need a second chance so please don’t hesitate to share this, and let everyone know that this wold needs more good people.

Source: Urdogs

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