UPDATE: Dog Rescue Goes Above And Beyond To Save Abused Dog’s Life
Annie may not have received the justice she wanted, but her rescuer isn’t giving up!
WOOF Pet Rescue not only took Annie in and helped her recover on the inside and out, but they have worked relentlessly to ensure that her rapist was brought to justice. Krissy Mosbarger had high expectations for Annie. She kept careful scientific files and went above and beyond with all she had to help Annie win her case in court.
“We’ve done everything we can to be as prepared as possible. Annie’s extensive scientific records have now been compiled. They’re almost 2 inches thick! Any time I go. Every activity. Each and every process. Each and every invoice. Along with specific photographs of her at various points during her terrifying journey. We’ve got this lock, stock, and barrel. I understand that at least one other expert in this case has been subpoenaed as well, which will be particularly useful. It is our hope that the courts will understand the evidence provided, as well as Annie’s incredible struggle. She is an incredible little girl with an incredible zest for life.
But she had to go through hell to get here, and we don’t want her or her children’s pain to be in vain.”
Unfortunately, the justice system does not always function the way we want it to – yet the fight isn’t over yet. Krissy has vowed to exhaust all of her legal options in order to get Annie the justice she deserves, with the help of “Annie’s Army.”
“She was once found not guilty because the DA’s workplace failed to use the evidence that had been gift-wrapped for them. The defendant said Annie was a wild stray that was no longer hers. We had proof FROM THE WOMAN WHO GAVE ANNIE TO MARANDA, but we didn’t count the amount…
Evidence only matters when the District Attorney’s office uses it in court. APART FROM myself, I’m enraged. All used to be wrapped as though it were a gift for the DA’s office. All they had to do was use the evidence that was given to them once. I’m leaving right now. If I have some say in the matter, it isn’t over yet. When I get home later tonight, I’ll look into the possibilities.”
Annie, a 1-year-old Lab/Pit Bull mix, had a difficult start in life. She had to deal with neglect and the loss of her domestic dogs at a young age, but that didn’t stop Pawsitive Restorations Animal Rescue from assisting her. Against all odds, Annie is still alive and well today. It’s all because a group of variety humans refused to give up on her.
Annie’s journey through recovery isn’t over yet, but things are looking a lot brighter for her in the near future. She is one of the most caring puppies you will ever see, despite the fact that humans were not kind to her as a child. As a result, she is deserving of this second chance at life.
Annie used to be found squatting in the driveway of her human’s Oklahoma home, hardly moving. WOOF Pet Rescue was sent to the scene to take her in. When the woman who lived there confronted the rescuers, she reported that she had no remorse for what she had done to the small dog. Annie, in particular, didn’t seem to be worth it to her.
Of course, Annie is well worth the investment. She was taken in without hesitation by the rescuers. They rushed her to the hospital, where they discovered she had previously been pregnant with ten puppies. She was, however, prone to insufficient supply birth in the past. She had wounds all over her body that had not healed properly. The dogs didn’t make it, but there was always hope for Annie
Not long after, Maranda Dawne Weber, the person responsible for Annie’s illness, was arrested. She had been charged with animal cruelty in the past. Although certain aspects of her arrest are questionable at this moment, she deserves severe punishment for what she did to Annie.
Annie is doing much better now, following several vet visits and surgical procedures. Annie was adopted by Pawsitive Restorations Animal Rescue in Colorado. Krissy Mosbarger, the rescue’s president, is thinking about adopting the candy dog. Annie is more content than she has ever been with her new mother by her side.
“She is a survivor,” says the narrator. Mosbarger described her as a “beautiful soul.” “She has been overlooked and disappointed, but she is no longer disappointed.”
If you saw Annie today, you might not recognize her as the same dog. Her tail is always wagging, and she’s full of energy. She still has a long way to go until she is fully recovered, but she is on the right track.
However, healing Annie is not an easy task. Her medical remedy has so far cost over $16,000, and it is likely to only get more expensive from here. But for Mosbarger, no amount of money is too much if it means Annie will get a second chance at life. The candy canine, after all, has such a powerful will to live.
“I’ve had people approach me and ask, ‘For $16,000, how many more puppies could you have helped?’ And they’re almost entirely right. “However, this canine reached into my soul,” Mosbarger said.
Annie needs all of the love and support she can get throughout her recovery. You may donate to Pawsitive Restorations Animal Rescue by visiting their website. Check out the “Justice For Mama Annie” Facebook group for more information on her development.