On a scorching day in the middle of the street, a helpless little puppy was found covered in hot tar, unable to move or make a sound. Thanks to the vigilant efforts of the Goodwill Animal Rescue Project (GWARP), the puppy was rescued just in time.
The team acted swiftly and immediately took the puppy to the BETI clinic where they received immediate medical attention. The condition of the puppy was grave, and the intoxication had begun to set in. Despite the severe condition, the staff at the BETI clinic did not give up on the puppy.
After several days of continuous effort and care, the little puppy started showing signs of improvement. The dedicated doctors, nurses, and staff worked tirelessly to clean up the tar from his body and nurse him back to health.
We are pleased to announce that the puppy has now been named Murphy and is making a remarkable recovery. We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to the staff at the BETI clinic, whose care and compassion have given this little one a second chance at life.
We would also like to request the community’s continued support and assistance in ensuring the ongoing care of Murphy and other animals in need. Any help will be greatly appreciated, and together we can make a positive impact on the lives of these innocent creatures.