Isumu was a dog who had never experienced love. He was left behind a shelter, abandoned to his fate on the side of the road. He had a wide stripe and blood around his beak due to the shackles that previously held him, and his wounds caused him pain with every step he took. His body was covered in rabies wounds and had a peculiar smell of rotten flesh.
Despite all the pain that Isumu was going through, there was still a glimmer of life in his eyes and he remained capable of feeling emotions such as fear, humility, and hope. He prayed to God, hoping that someone would come to his rescue and deliver him from his suffering.
A volunteer stumbled upon Isumu at the shelter. They brought him to the shelter where he received medical attention and a cozy bed to sleep in. Isumu was bathed and treated for his wounds. He was provided with food and water, and for the first time in a long while, he felt cared for and loved. By day 10, Isumu had made significant strides in his recovery. His wounds were healing, and his fur was growing back. No longer did he reek of decaying flesh, and his eyes gleamed with delight and camaraderie.
On the 80th day, a lovely family arrived at the shelter with the desire to adopt a dog. As soon as they laid eyes on Isumu, they fell in love with him right away.
They could sense the strength and determination that lay beneath his tough exterior, and they knew he was the dog for them. Isumu’s small family took him home, showering him with love and devotion.
The survivor had to endure silently or wait for someone to rescue him. Eventually, he found a loving home and family who accepted him without conditions.