Do you know that the ratio of homeless animals to homeless people is quite high? Seeing animals roaming around the streets in various towns with low population is no longer surprising. The reason is that it is a common and normal activity in the smallest towns but at times, people also help the homeless animals, such as dogs and cats. There is a certain group in Canada, the Quebec Society for the Protection of Animals, who came across this dog while it is walking on the streets. This dog was not appealing and could hardly be called an animal. The appearance could not be compared to the dog species. Have a look at the below images for yourself and see the transformation unfold:-
The Amazing Dog Transformation
Tangled hairs, dingy fur and muddy color– this dog resembles more of a garbage than an actual dog! If you would picture this as a dog, you may think that it is quite a big one.
But after careful analysis, the group realized that its size was due to its matted and dingy fur.
After that painful and shocking realization, the animal rescue group decided to shave all off that nasty and matted fur as soon as they can. They were determined to save this dog from its terrible appearance that makes it a disgrace to the dog race.
After a long and pleasurable bath, the animal rescue group has finally unravelled the loving animal underneath the big and scary fur.
The dog was a little bit terrified by the sound of the shaver.
The dog finally got a taste of what grooming feels like.
With the dog’s matted and dingy look, we all know that the tedious process of grooming is a must.
Now, the dog is clean, cute, cuddly and is a part of a loving family.
Even though it might not be an easy task to assist homeless animals, a simple step like giving them a bath will surely help. Any small help is highly needed and will be highly appreciated. If you are interested in adopting, volunteering or donating, this is the time to contact the Humane Society or ASPCA. Always remember that animals, most especially the homeless animals, cannot help themselves and that is why they need our support the most.