During those eight years, Pitbull slept on the cement floor of a garage. She only got little attention and veterinary treatment. The rescuers were able to convince Lily’s owner to give her up when they arrived.
Lily was kind and friendly, and she enthusiastically waved her tail at the people who came to her rescue.
The first order of business for the group was to get Lily to a vet for some much-needed surgery and medical attention.
Lily was in foster care for a while before being adopted by Charlotte, a New York City citizen.
It only took Lily a few days to adjust to her new home, even though she’s been there for seven weeks. She figured out where all the beds were, so it would be beautiful and pleasant for her, the hostess said.
Lily often finds a source of unexpected solace in an unfamiliar bed, sofa, or chair.
She figured out where all the beds in the house were, so that it would be wonderful and lovely for her, the hostess said.
Like a bed, sofa, or other piece of furniture, Lily may find a new level of comfort in the most unexpected of settings.
Lily was seen napping on not one, but two sun loungers at once. She’s becoming nicer and more cheerful by the day, and she’ll never stop appreciating her owner.
Lily’s life has improved greatly since she encountered helpful people.