There are a lot of homeless dogs and cats, alas. And it’s happiness if they end up in a shelter.
You can, of course, find a new home … but only, as a rule, for those tailed ones who are healthy. And if there are problems with this, then usually such animals remain in the shelter forever.
But the land does not become scarce with good people!
Thanks also to people with huge hearts like Tracy Fowler. She has 6 disabled dogs at home. They live a life that they could not even dream of.
It all began after the loss of Tracy’s pet after a protracted illness.
In order to cope with the loss, she took two sick German shepherds from the shelter – and then it all started.
She began to take dogs with special features from there, and now 8 tailed beings live in Tracy’s house, insanely happy with such luck.
Everyone has the same problems – they are partially paralyzed.
To move the animals, Fowler buys them special strollers, so that despite their difficult life circumstances, all dogs now live the maximum possible active life in their position.
Most importantly, they are loved, and they reciprocate Tracy, simply adoring her.
And besides, they are all very good friends and can run after each other for hours, frolicking as if they were completely healthy.