In the past two years, she’s chained in a factory and lived in an unsanitary environment oftentimes, and was not given food. Due to the pandemic, the factory closed down. Nana and her companion RuRu were left to fend for themselves (which happens often to these dogs who were brought there to guard factories). After about 2 weeks with no one cared for them, RuRu successfully got out of the chained life. The heart-warming thing was that RuRu did not leave her companion Nana, she went out to find food and brought back for Nana. Until one day, our rescuer passed by the factory, RuRu kept barking at the rescuer to get her attention. The rescuer sensed something was not right, followed RuRu. RuRu kept turning around to make sure the rescuer was following! How amazing! When the rescuer saw the starving Nana, still chained, immediately saved her and took both dogs back. It was truly heart-breaking to see how skinny they were due to starvation and neglect.
Nana, who was super gentle and allowed the rescuer to get close to her to take her chain off.
Because the rescuer was riding a scooter with no way of transporting them, she told Nana dn RuRu that, “if you want to come stay with me, please follow behind.”
Nana stuck to the side of the scooter. RuRu, was a bit alert, followed behind Nana. Both of them safely arrived at the rescuer’s home. As a gentle and sweet dog, Nana got used to her new foster family in a short time. She loves people and loves to sit around people. She’s such a loveable dog with the misfortune of an irresponsible owner. We really wish the lucky star will shine on Nana, and that she will find a forever loving home.
As for RuRu, she’s adjusted to living in a home and continues to have her strong bond with Nana. However, RuRu could not forget her past trauma, and still is quite guarded when meeting people. She guards her space and shows teeth if she feels like her space has been invaded (She has not bitten anyone, just showing warning to people). Because of her current state of mind, RuRu is not open for adoption as we are still working to rehabilitate her. If we see that RuRu is not suitable for adoption, she will live out her life in a private dog sanctuary owned by our rescuer.