CCR is elated that we were able to welcome this sweet, young Mo’e in the family. This boy will NEVER be ABANDONED by the CCR family! Thank you Momma Liz for dropping everything to ensure he was rescued as had you not done this, he may not be alive today! CCR would also like to express our sincere appreciation to all those who contributed to the rescue and transport of sweet Mo’e. The village has rallied once again and saved the day!
Poor Mo’e, fondly named to represent ‘more lovin’! Mo’e’s story as we know it: Mo’e was purchased by a family…he lived with them for almost a year. He had a human dad, mom, and young children. For the most part, he was an inside dog. Things began to change at home, Mo’e watched intently as the family began to pack things; he became excited at the thoughts of getting a new home with his family. The big day arrived: it was time to go…GO HE WENT…TO THE BACKYARD… CHAINED TO A TREE….HEARTBROKEN HE WATCHED HIS FAMILY AND THEIR MATERIAL BELONGS DRIVE AWAY…he barked feverishly (for days on end)…HE BELIEVED, IF THEY HEARD HIM THEY WOULD RETURN…THEY DID NOT. Day after day Mo’e watched and waited for his family to return; day after day his heart broke a little more as the sadness weighed heavy on the heart that once beat happily for his family. Mo’e barked until he had no more bark left (he literally cannot bark at this time).
Our precious Mo’e is alive today because of a kind neighbor who ensured he had food and water. She watched over him. She was his guardian angel who ensured he was not taken to ‘guard the junkyard’ as they tried, she ensured he was not taken to ‘fight’ as they tried, and she ensured he was not SHOT as they threatened. She did this for Mo’e a dog, her neighbor. She even reached out to AC and the human society but both declined to get involved as he had ‘food and water’. Then she reached out to a sister rescue who contacted CCR. That was 2 days ago and today we are elated to report…Mo’e is in our arms and on his way to the vet!
Mo’e will be completely vetted, neutered, micro-chipped, and he will be tested forhearworms as well as receive medical care for his fly bitten ears and ‘lack of bark’.
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