Two-Legged Dog Returned 3 Times and Begs For A Chance At Life

People can be ruthless and judgemental towards poor animals with special needs, and hearing these stories always breaks our hearts.

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Nessie is a sweet Chihuahua that was born without her front legs due to neglectful breeding.

The poor dog ended up at a shelter and the workers immediately loved this amazingly charming and spirited girl!

The visitors at the shelter would come and watch her with amusement, but there were no takers for the disabled dog, which was such a sad and heartbreaking reality.

Poor Nessie wondered for a long time why no one ever picked her up.

She was adopted three times over eight years, but within days the families returned her.

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The poor dog was tired of being “inadequate” and “unwanted”, but when Theresa Loyacano stumbled upon her picture on social media the fate took a turn for the better.

Theresa just knew the sweet Nessie belonged with her and she contacted the shelter and wanted to adopt the awesome furry.

The shelter was skeptical and feared that the dog will return like before, but thankfully,y this time, everything fell into the right place, the dog finally found her deserving forever home.

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Nessie, finally, after all that rejection was on her home, she celebrated her adoption by hopping around her new house like a kangaroo on her strong back legs!

She shares this forever home with 2 disabled doggie siblings, and the trio has become the best of friends forming a strong bond.

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9 thoughts on “Two-Legged Dog Returned 3 Times and Begs For A Chance At Life”

  1. A disabled animal can do anything an able bodied aminal can do especially bring love to a family. Sometime a family has to provide adaptive help for the animal, but the pay back in love is sooo worth it.

  2. Everyone and animal also need love and happiness and to be held and loved so glad she got her forever home God was just waiting for Theresa to come and get her and bring her to a loving home with 2 siblings to play with Amen and happy homing coming for life

  3. I have a little Shih Tsu, a special needs pup, as a result of backyard breeders. she was 2 weeks old when I saw her, and they were going to drown her as they couldn’t sell her. Of course, I said I would take her. she required expensive back surgery at a few weeks old, is incontinent, but is now 12 years old, and happy and loved. all mine are rescues. they know you saved them, and they give so much unconditional love.

  4. It is humanity’s sympathy with all creatures that aren’t “perfect” that first makes us truly human.

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