This poor puppy was roaming back and forth in the street starving, shaking, and afraid until someone finally stopped and rescued her.

Source: AnimalSTEP Official/Youtube

A man saw the three-month-old puppy in the street and brought her some food. She was visibly shaking because she was so malnourished and frail. In a video posted by AnimalSTEP rescue, the puppy is so hungry that you can see nearly every little bone in her body.

Come to find out, the puppy is blind and was out on the road and woods all alone. She was rescued and taken to the vet and she will stay there until she is back up to a healthy weight. She is finally getting the love and care that she deserves!

This is a great reminder to always stop if you see an animal in need on the road. Just taking them to the vet or calling a rescue could save a life! Sign this petition to demand all states make all animal abuse a felony now!

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