A dog has a very sad story to tell.
Horses and horses.
The list goes on.
“It was very sad,” said Samantha Cottle, who took in the 4-year-old puppy, Lucky, after she was rescued from the trailer she was living in on Friday.
Cottle rescued Lucky from the Northside Animal Shelter and is looking forward to having her back.
Lucky was in a crate, blindfolded, and chained up.
She was also in an incubator with a catheter, which had been cut.
She wasn’t eating and drinking, and the only food was a spoon.
“She was very dehydrated, but she wasn’t having any issues,” Cottlesaid.
“She was really just crying and just wanted to go home.”
Lucky’s owner, Debbie Cottley, said Lucky was found when a neighbor’s dog got lost on a highway.
Lucky had been in a car for several days.
“This is just unbelievable,” Cotti said.
“It just hurts so much.”LIVE UPDATES: The Latest News and Events from the 2017-2018 NBA SeasonThe puppy is now in a foster home with a vet, Cottleysaid.
She is being kept on the road to be evaluated by veterinarians.
“I just want her to be able to be with us,” Cotta said.
Cattlesaid was just looking forward at getting Lucky back and helping her find her forever home.
“When she first came in here she was just in a cage,” she said.
She had been chained to a wooden fence for two weeks.
“But she got better.
I’m glad she has her freedom.””
I’m glad to be home with her.
I’m glad she has her freedom.”
Watch the CBS4 News at 5 p.m.
ET Sunday for the story about Lucky.