Emaciated dog’s worried eyes have broken social media hearts

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At Stray Rescue of St. Louis, the worried eyes of an emaciated dog rescued by the organization on Thanksgiving Day, have broken the hearts of everyone who has seen her photos. A Good Samaritan had been on her daily walk in a park near her home when she found the starving dog too weak to even stand.

The kind woman carried the dog home and called Stray Rescue of St. Louis asking for help. Volunteers immediately responded.

“This poor angel needs your prayers; we named her Hadley! She’s too weak to stand and has nearly starved to death. Hopefully we got her in time to turn this around,” the non profit organization posted on their Facebook page with the heartbreaking photos of the starving dog helplessly looking up at her rescuers.

Just picking up her head is exhausting, and Hadley is being fed very slowly with very small amounts of food – which will continue for the next few weeks.

“Sweet Hadley, we are so sorry for the hell you’ve lived through. Your worried eyes tell us everything…”

Updates on Hadley to follow.

To donate to Hadley’s recovery, please click here.

For more information, contact:

2320 Pine St
St. Louis, MO 63103
(314) 771-6121

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2 replies
  1. Diana Rowell says:

    If I were a parent in this community, I’d be FURIOUS with law enforcement. They have a VILE THUG walking around in THEIR neighborhood, who gets their entertainment from starving a living entity to the point of being unable to stand, then DUMP HER in the WINTER. THIS person IS a DANGER to the entire community and your OWN elected officials do NOTHING, as THEY sit in their WARM homes sipping hot coffee or hot chocolate. Next? A HUMAN BEING will be tortured and possibly murdered, as statistics show, these DEMON spawned criminals DO move on to that as their “next stage of deranged actions”. ASTOUNDING!

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