“My mum saw Maggie’s post and said we had to foster her. I got home and saw the picture and agreed.”
Maggie had to go through a surgery to sew her eyes shut and it took her some time but she was able to recover at the end and be ready to go home.
The only problem was that she was 2,500 miles from her new home.
Maggie embarked up on her first flight and headed thousands of miles to her new home, but all the effort was worth it for the moment Maggie met her new mom at the airport.
“I was in tears when I met her at the airport. I got in touch with some blind rescue dog charities and ask what to do.
They said map out the house for her room by room. But we sectioned off the kitchen and the first night she slept in her crate. I took her out to go to the toilet and it was the first time she touched grass.”
Even though Maggie had endured a life of horrific abuse and torture that caused her to lose her eyes and ears, she never lost her spirit and she was never broken. Her beautiful spirit showed when they welcomed her home and she was finally surrounded by the love she deserves and was missing her entire life.
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