Making someone happy from scratch is very simple, although the recipe is not noble. You need to make him feel bad, very bad, and then release him, return him as it was. There will be a lot of joy, and the history of Beaker confirms this.
It happened somewhere on the outskirts of Detroit.
Animal protection organization Rebel Dogs Detroit, Tiffany Perkins, received a call about an abandoned dog. The animal had been chained for ages and needed help. But the dog was afraid to accept her – at the sight of Perkins, he desperately tried to hide and peeked around the corner with fear.
Only when the heavy chain fell to the ground did the beaker relax a little. He got the nickname because of his appearance – thin, and the ribs are like stripes on a measuring cup. The collar cut deep into the neck, and it was decided to go to the vet. Unlike other animals, Beaker was so imbued with human care that he did not resist at all and gratefully accepted all the actions of doctors.
The beaker was lucky and had a minimum of injuries that quickly healed – like on a dog. Now he has already recovered, lives with a temporary family, and enjoys every day. The dog sincerely rejoices in the life and company of the people who helped him.
At first glance, the story is ordinary, ordinary. However, the contrast between the first photo of a frightened dog and the next, in joy, cannot but attract attention and evoke sympathy.