A resident named Kylie Engelhardt was walking along East Walnut Street and South Clay Street in Green Bay, Wisconsin when she spotted a lonely canine tied to a yellow fire hydrant next to a large backpack. Kylie immediately took pictures of the poor dog and posted them on Facebook to ask people if anyone recognized the dog.
She then accompanied the doggy and hoped someone might come back for it. While waiting, Kylie became curious about the backpack. She opened it and found out there were toys and treats inside. Later, Kylie knew someone purposely left the canine and decided to bring it to an animal shelter called the Wisconsin Humane Society.
When Kylie and the canine arrived at the animal shelter, the staff members warmly welcomed them. Kylie then parted ways with the pup, knowing it’ll be in good hands,
At the Wisconsin Humane Society, the shelter’s veterinary team went to a clinic to give the dog a check-up. After checking, the vet discovered that the canine had Diabetes Mellitus and immediately provided a management plan to control its glucose status. Everyone at the shelter ensured that the dog received lots of TLC for a fast recovery and fun activities to keep it active.
Thankfully, the brave canine responded well to the management plan and would be ready for adoption. It also started showing its playful and affectionate side, which gave everyone at the shelter the idea to name it Baby Girl.
Vice president of the shelter’s communications, Angela Speed, did a little research about why Baby Girl’s owner abandoned her. Angela managed to get in touch with the owner and realized that she had been dealing with medical problems. Struggling with the situation, Baby Girl’s fur parent couldn’t care for her and instead left her with a backpack filled with her favorite things.
Angela responded to the owner’s actions with compassion and sincerity through a Facebook post they shared on their page. She stated that they would do their very best to find a forever home for Baby Girl.
With all their hard work and dedication, the Wisconsin Human Society posted on the Facebook page that Baby Girl finally got adopted by a loving family.