Hela Helfer last saw Tiyu four months ago, and he was in a terrible state.
A New York shelter took him in when his previous owner’s health worsened and his family could no longer care for him.
To make Tiyu more comfortable, the lady decided to bring him back to her own house once the veterinarian had worked out a treatment plan for him.
He found his guardian angel at the new abode of his saviors. Hela says her pit bull, Sink, immediately took a shine to Tiyu.
Because Tiyu is ancient and not in ideal health, she was originally anxious about how he would accept her.
Sink’s skepticism was quickly dispelled as she fell head over heels in love with the newcomer. Hela adopted Sink, a two-year-old pitbull, in August.
When she acquired him, he was almost identical to another pit bull, Pied, who had been rescued in a similar condition.
Despite the fact that Tiyu is legally blind and unable to move, he persists in his goals. When he wants to relax, he likes to take a nap or go swimming.Because Sink’s dog backpack has a side bag, Tiyu even likes going on walks.