A kind person in Fontana, California spotted an abandoned cardboard box on the side of the road… but there was something a bit different. There were two puppies dumped like trash in the box. The two little ones were left to somehow fend for themselves, the box soaked with urine and feces. Clearly, the babies had been lying there for hours.

Dream Fetchers, a non-profit organization focused on rescuing animals, took in both of the puppies.

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One of the puppies has since been transferred to a foster home, but heartbreakingly, the other was screaming out in pain. The rescue team rushed her to the veterinary hospital and the recommendation was to euthanize her.

Now named Little Raven, the little one was given the chance to pull through as Dream Fetchers opted to hold off on euthanasia. And she did! After a little while, Raven started dolling out kisses, began to eat and even stood up on her own.

“Look at the videos and you will see proof that Raven has angels surrounding her tiny body,” her rescuer, Faith Easdale wrote on Facebook. And clearly, Raven is very thankful for her angels!

Raven will remain in the hospital while she recovers and Dream Fetchers appreciates any amount of donation so that they can get to continue providing quality care for her. If you’d like to make a donation, click here.

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If you’re considering welcoming a four-legged companion into your home, please always adopt and never shop! Remember, a pet is a lifelong commitment and it shouldn’t be taken lightly. If you’re unable to adopt, animal shelters could always use more volunteers to help with a variety of tasks, so be sure check out our guide to volunteering!

And of course, always speak up when you see an animal in need! If you happen to come across a dog or cat, or any other animal in need, check out these Animal Rescue Hotlines. You could save a life, just like Raven and his sister! For more ways on how you can get involved to help save animals, click here.

To learn more about Dream Fetchers, click here.

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Image Source: Faith Easdale/Facebook 

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