Abandoned and left to fend for himself at a construction site, a sick dog with two paralyzed legs faces a difficult and uncertain road ahead

This is the heart-wrenching story of Martha, a four-year-old German Shepherd who faced a grim fate at such a young age. Abandoned in a deserted construction site, Martha lay on the cold cement, covered in wounds and urine. It was a truly nightmarish sight.

Once a guard dog at the construction site, Martha had become dispensable. The owners couldn’t afford the necessary surgery, so they reached out to the compassionate volunteers at The GoGo shelter for help.

Martha was swiftly taken to a veterinary clinic by the dedicated volunteers. Unfortunately, the doctor delivered the devastating news that Martha had little chance of ever walking again. Her life would have to be spent relying on a wheelchair.

However, Martha’s spirit began to heal slowly. Under the continuous care of the veterinarians, her wounds started to mend, and she showed signs of improvement. She remained at the clinic for another couple of weeks, receiving the attention she needed.

With the help of a wheelchair, Martha regained her ability to move around, bringing immense joy to her. She felt considerably better, thanks to the ongoing care provided by the medical professionals.

After three weeks, Martha was transferred to the zoocentre clinic for a comprehensive evaluation and physiotherapy. Her rehabilitation journey would require a significant financial commitment of around BGN 50-60 per day for a minimum of 20 days.

The volunteers at the clinic decided to rally people together to support this incredible dog and give her the strength she needed to recover. Martha had endured enough suffering, and she deserved a chance at happiness.

In a heartwarming turn of events, Martha was eventually adopted by a loving couple who opened their hearts and home to her. Now, she gets to live a life filled with love and joy.

Please share Martha’s story with your friends and family members, spreading awareness of her resilience and the importance of compassion for animals in need.