A Pitbull puppy was found on the streets of CDMX in terrible condition, with a large tumor and infection in his neck.
It’s heartbreaking to think that there are dogs roaming the streets, and when they are “rescued,” they are either taken to a kennel or euthanized. Zeta is a Pitbull canine who was discovered wandering the streets of Mexico City with an ingrown rope around his neck, which was infected, and a large tumor on his belly; The poor dog had suffered a lot, and the Animal Surveillance Brigade that was in 2014 took him out of that place and took him to a rabies clinic, where he was saved by a foundation called Mundo Patitas, who gave him a nice family.
According to the non-profit rescue organization Mundo Patitas, this dog was discovered in the streets of Garibaldi eight years ago by the Animal Surveillance Brigade of the DF’s then Secretary of Public Security.
It was impossible to ignore Zeta, who had a sad expression on his face, a thick red bow on his neck, and a large tumor on his belly. What enraged this foundation was that, instead of taking him to a veterinary medical facility for a check-up, they handed him over to an anti-rabies agent, who took him out to give him a second chance.
“Rather than taking him to their facilities for medical treatment, they preferred to take him to the kennel… Since then, we have serious doubts about whether the institution is fulfilling its mission, which is to protect the health, integrity, and welfare of non-human animals.” Said Patitas World.
He was rehabilitated by the rescue organization, and the tumor was removed. His recovery required a lot of love and care. After healing his body and heart, they managed him for adoption, where the association stated that they were able to provide him with a forever home and that they now tell his story to give hope to other dogs.