When a woman named Kilyn and her husband were helping out at an animal shelter, they met Bubbles. They could tell the dog had been through a lot of trauma the instant they saw her. One of her eyes was missing, and no one knew what had happened to it. Her skin was a mess, and she was really frail.
Someone had evidently seen what had happened to her and brought her in. But little was known about her background.
Before they knew it, the couple had fallen in love with the one-eyed puppy, and the feeling was mutual. As a result, they consented to foster her and ultimately adopted her.
The couple instantly recognized something was amiss with her on their first night together in their house. So they rushed her to the vet the next morning, where they discovered her right jaw had been smashed. After a second examination, the vet discovered that her entire right inner ear had also been injured badly.
That’s when it dawned to them that Bubbles had been shot in the head. And, as if that wasn’t enough, she appeared to have been battered with a hammer.
Bubbles, however, never became an aggressive dog as a result of her ordeal. In fact, she took to Kilyn and her husband immediately, and she enjoyed being held by them.
But it was playing with the couple’s other dogs that really opened her up and made her happy. She enjoyed being among them and being a part of their family. She didn’t have to be concerned because she wasn’t going anywhere. From the beginning, the couple was sure that they were fostering with the intention of adopting, and they never wavered in their commitment.
They signed the papers and legally adopted her once she recovered from the surgery she had to go through to fix the things that were wrong with her. Bubbles put her past behind her and resolved to live her best life with her new family. She wakes up every day with the sole aim of making it the best day of her life, and her outlook on life is quite inspiring.
Many people look up to Bubbles as a motivation to keep going since life goes on and things get better in time.
Source: We Love Animals