‘Little white puppy’ limping across highway plucked from danger by Good Samaritan

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On a major interstate in Cincinnati, a “white puppy” was seen limping across the highway early Sunday morning. No one knows how the 12-week-old puppy got there or how she had become injured.

A Good Samaritan pulled to the side of I-71 and managed to capture the crying puppy, placed her in the car and rushed her to an emergency veterinarian for treatment. HART Cincinnati  was contacted and immediately stepped up to help.

The puppy, now named Jenna, will be scheduled for surgery early this week.

“After her x-rays showed fractures in her growth plate, our 12 week little girl was then transported to a 24/7 veterinary hospital. It was determined that there were no internal injuries, and surgery with pins and plates would be required to repair her leg,” the rescue organization posted on their social media page.

Jenna is currently stable and on pain medication to keep her comfortable.
If you have the ability to help with Jenna’s hospital bills, please donate at: https://www.rescueahart.org/donate/donate-now.

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  1. Diana Rowell says:

    To the DEMON spawned NAZI who MAIMED then DUMPED this innocent puppy…..may Karma find YOU with a flesh eating disease, extreme skin cancer, or an extreme viral load of COVID. I pray God’s healing hand finds Jenna with the strength and tenacity to overcome this and go on to have a loving home with a HUMAN BEING, rather than a VILE THUG.

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