It’s heartbreaking to see how cruel some humans can be towards animals. The poor creature you found must have been terrified and traumatized by the ordeal. Here are some possible continuations to your story:
- Animal abandonment is a serious issue that affects countless animals every year. Whether it’s due to lack of responsibility, financial hardship, or simply callousness, leaving an animal to fend for itself is never a solution. If you can, consider reporting the incident to the local animal control or shelter so they can investigate and possibly identify the owner or caretaker responsible.
- Hypothermia is a real danger for animals left in cold weather without proper shelter or warmth. If you have pets or know someone who does, make sure they have access to adequate protection from the elements, such as a heated shelter, blankets, and fresh food and water. It’s also a good idea to check on outdoor animals in your area and offer them some help if possible.
- If you decide to adopt the animal you found, congratulations on your new family member! However, please make sure you are able and willing to provide the care and attention they need for their entire life. This includes regular veterinary checkups, proper nutrition, exercise, socialization, and love. Adopting an animal is a big responsibility, but it can also be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling experiences you can have.Source: ViacomCBS Inc.
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