Betsey the deserted pit Bull was found tied to a railing on a New York city subway platform throughout rush hours.
Her proprietor had shamelessly spread out a trash bag by her side for a “bed”. Hundreds of commuters noticed the petrified prong-collared pooch anxiously looking away at the crowd for hours. However, nobody felt compelled enough to rescue Betsey.
Finally, a lady named Sarah Borok stepped forward to help the agonized dog. She called animal control and patiently waited by Betsey’s side, even if it meant getting late for work. Thanks to Sarah’s comforting gesture, the animal control policemans had no trouble getting Betsey to the sanctuary!
Later, a vet examination exposed the dreadful truth about Betsey– she was a “throwaway mama canine”. It is a highly disturbing practice among unscrupulous dog breeders to exploit women canines for young puppies and discard them like garbage when they serves their purpose.
The veterinarian believed that Betsey was consistently forced to have multiple litters, and her most recent litter might already be up for sale.
Betsey was ultimately taken in by rescue team “Mr. Bones & co. and Rescue the path”. It was found that this abused girl suffered from panic attacks because of the hustle and bustle of the city. So the rescuers placed her in foster care with an experienced mother-daughter duo that live in a secluded spot outside the city.
Betsey is slowly unwinding and learning just how to be a pampered dog in her remarkable foster home. She is a sweet girl, but gets anxious easily as a result of her terrifying past experiences. She will be ready for adoption once she is fully rehabilitated. Good luck, Betsey!