Tiny the Rottweiler was abandoned on the streets of Taiwan, emaciated and barely skin and bones. His suffering didn’t end there though. He eventually wound up at a kill-shelter, where he would have been euthanized if it wasn’t for British expat Sean McCormack, who took him.

Tiny’s suffering finally came to an end as he was brought to The Sanctuary Taiwan, a local animal rescue group founded by McCormack. Here, Tiny received the medical attention he needed for his mange, a skin condition leaving him hairless with lesions and cuts throughout his body. He also got the TLC he so desperately needed to cure his “no hope’” mentality.

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This story goes to show that any animal can recover from near death, with a little love, care, and medical attention within the right hands.

Tiny was in bad shape when he was discovered by McCormack at the kill-shelter. He suffered from mange, depression, and lesions.

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Abandoned and depressed, Tiny seemed to have no hope in life.

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Emaciated, Tiny was soon fed a raw diet and given medical attention.

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He slowly recovered and enjoyed his walks to the beach…

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And now Tiny is a healthy and happy dog, thanks to the efforts of McCormack and those at The Sanctuary!

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Tiny was so lovable that Leila Pereira, one of the shelter volunteers, adopted him. Now, Tiny has a loving home forever!

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Although Tiny the Rottweiler has found his forever home, the organization that helped him desperately needs your help. The Sanctuary’s current landlady is looking to sell the property and the estimated 200 animals living on the land are facing an uncertain future. With less than two weeks to find a suitable location for the rescued animals, McCormack and his organization are asking for kind donors to help with the relocation. You can send contributions directly to The Sanctuary here or send some love to the man who saved Tiny and rescued 200 animals and more here.

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“We’re looking to buy a beautiful 2.5-acre site to give our dogs, cats, pigs, rabbits, squirrels, pigeons, hedgehog, budgerigar, and, very soon, deer a permanent happy home,” McCormack said.

Lead image source: Sean McCormack/Facebook

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