This puppy was left in a cat shelter and has made tremendous progress.

Margie Morris is the director of an organization that helps homeless cats in Mobile, Alabama called Project Purr Animal Rescue. Morris is used to accepting abandoned or abandoned cats on the doorstep of shelters for them to take and care for until they find a home.

When she arrived at the hospital one day, Morris found something in particular that surprised her,  a pit bull tied up in the shelter’s parking lot. The girl confessed that the first minutes she was very shocked, did not know what to do with the small child. “My initial reaction was: ‘Where am I going to keep it?’”

The pit bull wasn’t alone, arriving with a bed, a bowl of water and a bag  of dog food while he was still strapped to a telephone pole waiting for a kind samarian to come to the rescue.

I feel bad because they dropped it. I think the person who left him can’t really support him, but he wants them to help him. Morris said.

Because the cat shelter was so small, Margie Morris was unable to get the bull inside the cat shelter. Margie explains that “it’s hard not to bring her to our facility but we have 90 to 100 kittens and there’s no room for a dog.”

Morris had to find another solution; The first thing was to name the dog and she decided to call the cute pitbull “Ranger”, she took a picture of him and posted it on social networks to spread information about the dog and create interest for everyone. . She then personally transferred him to the city’s dog shelter, and the facility’s employees promised to take care of him.

Thanks to the message published by the Purr Project on its Facebook page, which was widely shared, it was possible to capture the attention of many people. It wasn’t long after Ranger’s information was published that many offered her help; Among those people was rescuer Ginny Leclair who was moved by Ranger’s story.

Ranger was taken out of the dog shelter, taken to the vet where he was spayed, vaccinated and also treated for ringworm; then Ginny Leclair took it home to Navarra, Florida.

Leclair confesses that she was worried about the aggressive behavior that Ranger had towards other dogs, she says that it is because he is a dog with about 2 years and that living with other dogs was not usual in his growth.

I had my doubts at first about his disposition and temperament, but on the third day I said to myself: ‘Wait a minute. You need training. You need to know who is in charge. He had to be disciplined. Ranger needs to know. Hey, I belong to you. You are in my charge. This is what we’re going to do,’” Leclair said.

Now at Pruject Purr Animal Rescue they are very happy with how Ranger has evolved in his new home because with discipline, attention and a lot of love, Ranger has improved rapidly, and Leclair adds: “He is doing much better.”

Ranger’s behavior now is that of a very polite dog who does not seek trouble with other dogs or with people; instead, he is shown to be very playful. Very good news about how a dog’s destiny can change with a little love.

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