In spite of whatever Annabelle has been through, she’s the “happiest, sweetest dog,” according to Peters.
“She wags her tail,” she stated. “We can do anything to her when she gets her baths and her treatments. She’s so sweet and kind, and it’s constantly a suggestion to us that animals that come from the most dreadful scenarios are frequently so sweet, and they’re so kind to people. We’re always motivated by their resiliency.”
Annabelle, who’s believed to have to do with 5 years of ages, is mostly resting right now, but she enjoys meeting new individuals and going for strolls.
“She’s kind, she mores than happy and her spirit is very light,” Peters stated. “She’s not unfortunate or afraid, and she’s game for everything.”
Annabelle will remain at RACC while she recuperates, but the shelter is currently taking adoption applications for her.
While RACC is generally concentrating on helping Annabelle get better, they’re likewise trying to examine what took place to her, so they’re asking the general public to come forward with any details they might have about her.
“It truly simply takes one individual coming forward with info if they know something,” Peters said. “This can help us progress with a conviction for ruthlessness of this pet.”