Stories like these show that miracles can definitely take place. Whether you consider yourself to be a religious person or not, this is one story that is going to make you reconsider all of your strongest held beliefs. There are forces out there that are simply more powerful than the rest of us. Take the puppy in this story, for example.
The pup had been saddled with a shelter in Oklahoma that is overcrowded. There was not enough room for the dog to live there any longer. He was slated to be euthanized as a result. There were no resources to take care of the animal any longer and it seemed as if the shelter’s hands were tied in this regard. The dog was given the necessary euthanasia medication.
Euthanized but lived:Rudolph is 7 to 8 months old. He has quite the story. He was at shelter that was full so the vet…
Posted by Kings Harvest Pet Rescue No Kill Shelter 563 386 3117 on Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Can you believe that this medicine did not take for some reason? The puppy was supposed to be put to sleep but the medication did not do the job that was expected. Rudolph was left to sleep in peace but when the shelter volunteers came back, they found that the dog was still very much alive. There is no doubt about it, he is a miracle dog.
After hearing the story about the dog’s miraculous recovery, the good folks at the Kings Harvest Pet Rescue No Kill Shelter decided to take the animal in. This dog was not meant to leave the planet just yet. As it turns out, even animals have a purpose that they are meant to fulfill. Rudolph had not reached his full potential yet.
Rudolph is heading to his forever home. It was a tough decision with so many wonderful applications but Rudolph fell in love with this young man and the feeling was mutual ???? Thank you for adopting a rescue dog.
Posted by Kings Harvest Pet Rescue No Kill Shelter 563 386 3117 on Saturday, January 19, 2019
This is one of the most unbelievable stories that we have ever seen. Kings Harvest Pet Rescue No Kill Shelter decided that the rest of the world needed to see what had taken place. They elected to post the animal’s photo on their Facebook page. Of course, the post gained traction immediately. The post was shared thousands of times within a few short days.
How could anyone resist a story that is this awesome? You would have to be dead inside not to appreciate what has taken place here. Jacob Hommer saw the photographs and was immediately drawn o the dog. He knows a veteran who could really use a dog like this one and Rudolph is now going to receive the necessary training to become a top-notch emotional support dog. Truly a happy ending to an otherwise sad story.