A man in Tennessee was heading back to his car after a day of fishing when he heard whimpers coming from a muddy ditch in the woods. A small, terrified beagle was trapped. She had been brutally shot and was desperately trying to pull herself up the steep wall of the ditch, her back legs dragging uselessly behind her.
The brave little beagle, named Emma by the shelter workers, still had a long way to go. Two gunshots had left both of her hind legs paralyzed. She had also lost control of her bladder and bowels. How would the shelter afford Emma’s vet bills and scooter -- a special dog wheelchair designed to help her get around with ease -- on its shoestring budget?
That’s when American Humane stepped in. Thanks to American Humane through donors, they have provided vital support through the Second Chance Fund to help cover Emma’s medical expenses and ready her for adoption.
Please give what you can to bring hope and success to other children and animals looking for a second chance, who still have tremendous love to share with new families.
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