A dog named Maggie, who was s.ʜ.ᴏ.ᴛ 17 times, her ear was cut, blind, and also pregnant is now just making a progress and has become a therapy dog. When they discovered the puppy, she was expecting a baby and ꜰᴀsᴛᴇɴᴇᴅ to a carton all alone.
A person in Lebanon discovered the poor dog and wrote a post asking for help. A woman in London saw the plea and got help from The Wild At Heart Foundation. Maggie was rescued. However, she had to undergo surgeries and other treatments before she was placed for adoption and before finding her forever home in Brighton, England
Her mother noticed Maggie’s post and decided to adopt the dog. She reached home and seeing the pictures of the dog made a decision to adopt her.
What occurred to the dog Maggie was ʜᴏʀʀɪʙʟᴇ and ꜰʀɪɢʜᴛꜰᴜʟl but if the story of the dog can teach and give other people spirit in this case we can add brightness and light to this sometimes ᴄʀᴜᴇʟ world.
Maggie is a simple dog like other dogs she acts normally although the dog has matters connected with health.
The cute dog makes good progress after her pictures were taken 17 times and is left alone outdoors.
25-year-old Kasey Carlin is the owner of Maggie, who is now a celebrity on the Internet, with over 248,000 followers on her Instagram. Her success was so great, Kasey left her job at a dog-care center and devoted her time to managing Maggie’s Instagram account full-time.
“She has taught me and others so many lessons, we all know the lessons she stands for, we were taught them as kids. She reminds me every day of them, though. Treat others how you want to be treated, don’t judge a book by its cover, love conquers all, be humble, live life to the fullest, help others, you create your own happiness, you can do anything if you believe! Every day she reminds me to try to be better and do better” – Kasey told
Nowadays the puppy is used as a dog for therapy and she has prominent Instagram followers. She has more than 80,000 followers on Instagram and has become a registered therapy dog, visiting care homes, hospitals, and universities to spread positivity.