After recovering from fall, Lilly searches for 'furever home'
After being tossed into a 25-foot drain and having stones thrown at her, little Lilly is recovering nicely after undergoing surgery, and is now looking for her 'furever home'.
Lilly, whose ordeal was documented on social media last month after she was thrown into a 20-foot drain, was rescued by volunteers and underwent numerous surgeries to heal her broken bones and tail, which was almost completely severed.
Now, Lilly is seeking a family to care for and love her.
Facebook user June Tompack said that persons who want to take Lilly home will need a thorough home-check first.
"Lily, who received a lot of attention when a video tape was shared of two young men throwing her in a 25 feet drain and then threw rocks at her, is still waiting for her forever family. She is recovering well from multiple broken bones, fractured pelvis and displaced, broken legs, a tail amputation and other health issues."
"Lily is very loving and well trained. She only goes outside to do her business so anyone looking for a wonderful inside dog well here she is. She is the perfect dog! She loves other dogs! All she wants is a lot of love. We are looking for a responsible owner for her."
Tompack said that although Lilly is resting in her kennel, the staff make sure to spend time with her regularly and take her for walks around the compound.
Interested persons can call Sunnyview Vetcare Services at 384-8387, or message Animal Welfare Network or call 682-4745.