Meet Serena! I saw this girl in the parking lot of a pet store and as soon as I stopped the car, something drew my eye. The way she lay, as I approached, I noticed two massive vomits; whatever they fed her didn’t stop in her stomach.
I went into the store and inquired about her; they stated that Serena came up there in the afternoon and that they and some customers fed her.
But how does Serena arrive? Who abandoned this girl, and how long has she been living on the streets?
I realized she was terrified of people. I approached cautiously, saying, “It’s okay, I won’t hurt you,” and she began to comprehend, and then she began walking with me.
I put it in the car so she may spend the night in a secure and welcoming location. First and foremost, we must transport her to the clinic for an examination and counseling.
She shivered, as though pleading not to be hit. Serena was skinny and filthy, with an old collar and various street scars on her body. Serena is tired, such a wonderful girl, what a nice girl.
Serena now exudes her own vibe. Serena took a dewormer and flea treatment. Serena was walking down the street, but this walk was unlike any other.