A homeless senior dog has been spotted wandering near a train station. He was cold, scared, and depressed, and the howling of the dogs knew they had to save him.
They didn’t want to try and rescue him near the station and risk him running past a passing train, so they followed him and tried to redirect him to something safer.
Nervous, he ran away every time rescuers approached, but eventually decided to walk towards the rescuers when he realized they were there to help him.
As he approached, rescuers noticed he was limping and appeared to be injured in his left eye. He let rescuers pet him and he was actually calm. The old dog seemed to finally have had enough on the street and was ready and willing to go where those people took him.
He was very cooperative, even allowing rescuers to leash him. From there, they took him to a veterinary clinic for examination and proper medical care.
At the vet, they scanned his microchip; to their surprise, he had one! They contacted his owner and found the dog named Poppy had run away from home, nearly ten miles from where he was found. Sadly, his owner did not want him back and asked rescuers if they could take him.
Sweet Bobi is 9 years old, sterilized, vaccinated and microchipped. He is a gentle and loving dog and is now looking for a loving family to spend his golden years.
He was completely blind in his left eye and it suspected it was injured. There’s an old scar near the eye, where it’s clear he had been wounded and may have even been shot.
Fortunately, his vision in his right eye was not affected, and he could still see clearly.