They tied the dog to the sink, left a bowl of cereal, and left for good

One day the family was evicted from the room they were renting. The building manager soon noticed something strange. Soon, as he walked past their apartment, he began to hear squeaks and pitiful moans.

When the property manager went to check, he found a dog under the bathtub. The poor dog was tied to the sink.

There was a bowl of cereal standing beside the little one. The poor animal was trying with all its might to free itself from captivity. The dog twisted her leash so tightly that she could hardly move. She was in great pain.

Why the owners decided to do this to their pet was unclear. The reason for this action was not clear. All is known that the dog spent a week in such an unenviable situation: tied to a pipe, without water and normal food.

The dog only ate half of the cereal from the bowl and could not reach the rest because of the twisted leash. The poor dog was found to be dehydrated and severely emaciated.

The man released the dog. He found evidence of severe injuries on the dog’s neck as it attempted to free itself from the leash. The manager of the house posted a post on the social network about the poor dog. He asked concerned people to take care of the dog. Members of Kate’s Rescue for Animals responded to his request.

Employees took the dog to the veterinary clinic. There she underwent surgery on her neck. It showed an open wound. In addition, the doctor said that the dog had been tied up for more than a week. This means that the dog was kept tied up even before the owners moved out.

Despite all the suffering she went through, the dog was very kind and gentle. She reached out to people and wanted some human attention and warmth. The dog loves to be petted on the head.

The little dog was given the nickname Autumn. She is now in the home of a volunteer at the shelter. She is described as a kind and affectionate dog who loves to play with people and her teddy bears.

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