🌻Farrah’s Rescue Story
Farrah and Fanny, the brindle sisters, were found wandering in a night market in a rural area in central Taiwan. They were both neutered and eartipped by a TNR group. Though life was tough being a stray, they both got each other’s back and got to feed on food scraps, mostly after a lengthy wait, in the night market. One night, while Fanny was resting by the side of the road, a careless truck driver ran over her. Fanny howled and screamed out of pain. The driver did stop the truck and checked up on her. He saw that she was still breathing, and then he left this poor and injured dog behind, thinking she would recover by herself overnight! The rescuer was informed about Fanny’s terrible accident only the next day. Knowing the medical bills would probably cost an arm and a leg, she still sprang into action as she just couldn’t see a life vanish away while there was still hope. Little Fanny was soon transported to several pet hospitals as one vet even suggested a leg amputation surgery after he failed Fanny’s first fracture repair surgery. The rescuer drove Fanny around and visited several famous vets in town, hoping to find miracles to treat Fanny’s fatal comminuted and pelvic fractures. It’s true that “when things look black, there’s always a silver lining.” After examining all the X-ray images and medical test results, a vet said that he was confident that Fanny could run free again just as she did before.
Little Farrah stood by her injured sister side all the way through. The rescuer couldn’t leave her behind, so she also took Farrah in and got her ready for future adoption. Now Farrah is all set to find her forever home and gets all the love and care she deserves.
Farrah is the sweetest girl who is eager to please, very smart and trainable. Potty trained, crate trained, great with kids and other dogs. What has surprised us most is that she gets along so peacefully and calmly with 10 cats at the foster’s while she is the only canine dude in the house. She loves cuddles and being around her human. She is by no means a chewer and rides well in a car. She is also very polite and takes treats gently from hands. She must have been bullied hard by some naughty kids before, as she becomes skittish and nervous if kids approach her with big body movements. Otherwise, she’s a sweetie pie with an angelic personality. Farrah seems to be so grateful for her life with a comfy bed and hot meals now. She is a one-of-a-kind sweetheart that you’ve been looking for. Little Farrah is now looking for a loving home and for a chance to shower you with much love and joy!
Please watch Farrah’s videos to learn more about her. If you are interested in this brindle beauty with big floppy ears, feel free to contact us for more information or simply fill out the adoption form on our website.