A dog owner has been adopted by a local rescue group after her dog was left in a barn for four days without food and water.
The dog was found in the Barns of Hope, a rescue group in Oklahoma, by a volunteer who discovered the dog on the morning of the rescue group’s 10th anniversary.
The volunteer, who is a vet, said the dog, named “Mama” was found by the group after she had been abandoned in the barns.
The dog, which is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, was given food and was fed a litter box and water by the rescue.
The rescue also provided her with a collar to monitor her health and keep her company.
“I just want her to be safe and sound,” said Katie Storrs, who adopted the dog.
She said the group has adopted two dogs in the past week and is happy to help other dog owners and rescue groups around the country.
“It’s really been a great journey and we’re excited to be able to give some of the dogs back to their families,” Storres said.
“If anyone needs a dog for adoption, we’re here for you.”
We can’t thank you enough for helping us get this dog back home.
“The dog had been left in the group’s barn for 4 days, when she was found The group said it was the first dog they had adopted to the rescue in Oklahoma.”
She is in excellent physical condition and we would love to get her back home,” Starers said.
The group was able to adopt the dog due to a lack of food and supplies.
They also said they had no choice but to act.”
The shelter and the dog adoption group were on hand to help us to get this animal back home and to help our other rescue groups,” Starrs said in a statement.”
Our dogs are a part of the community and we are thankful that we were able to help.”‘
This is an opportunity to show what we can do’The dog’s owner, Katie Stearns, said she wanted to adopt her own dog as she was trying to get some time away from the city of Cincinnati and her job.”
This is my first dog, and this is an amazing opportunity to give her back to her family and friends,” she said.
Stearns said she was very happy with the decision.”
He is a wonderful dog,” she told ABC News.”
You don’t see a lot of dogs left in shelters like this, but this is a chance to show how we can change this,” she added.