Rescue Dog With One Leg Amputated Adopted By A Veteran Who Has The Same Injury
Even pets who appear to be a little unusual deserve a beautiful forever home. Dogs with unique needs require extra love, and all they need is someone who understands them.
And these canines occasionally find soul mates who are just like them. This was recently the case after a veteran with an amputated leg adopted a particular rescue dog who had also lost a leg.
Kane, a stray German shepherd, was hit by a car and severely injured his right leg. His leg had to be removed when he arrived at the Inland Valley Humane Society in Pomona, California. Kane, on the other hand, didn’t let that stop him from losing a limb. The three-legged dog, according to NBC Los Angeles, nonetheless walks as if he has all four legs.
Kane is available for adoption. Prospective adoptive parents often neglect impaired dogs at animal shelters in favor of “normal” dogs, making it difficult to find a permanent home for them.
When Dane Orozco went to the shelter looking for a new pet, he quickly recognized Kane was the dog for him.
They had one major thing in common: they had both lost their right legs.
Dane is a veteran who lost a limb while on duty, according to the Inland Valley Humane Society. One of the reasons he desired a new pet was to provide encouragement.
“Because I’ve had a lot of depression, my boss asked, ‘What do you like?’ What would bring you joy? “I’ve always had dogs,” he told NBC Los Angeles, “but I haven’t had a dog in a long time.”
She knew it should be when she saw Kane cheerfully standing on three legs. “I fell in love with him as soon as I saw him,” Dane remarked. “I had an instant connection with him. “Take a look at him; he’s flawless.”
“All I had to do was catch it.” “I understand how it feels to be disregarded.”
Kane is currently really content with his new home. Dane takes him to work, according to NBC, so he is always available to help when he needs it. Kane’s Humane Society was overjoyed that he had found such a wonderful home. They told the uplifting narrative in a TikTok video that received nearly 13 million views and went viral.
“We wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors,” the shelter added.
Kane and Dane’s meeting was truly exceptional, and their bond is one that should last a lifetime.
Having a friend who shares your impairment can boost your self-esteem, and we’re glad these two have one other all the time.