A dog named Baby Girl was tied to a fire hydrant in Green Bay, Wisconsin. This little adorable dog was abandoned on the street with a bag full of toys and a sad note.
The note was from Baby Girl’s owner, which animal rescue did not share. However, they did say that the owner was unable to provide for her pet’s needs due to the dog’s and her own health concerns, according to Mirror.
Humane Society gave Baby Girl a routine checkup and discovered she has diabetes mellitus, known as canine diabetes. Baby Girl needs daily glucose monitoring, a restricted diet, and at-home insulin injections.
A spokeswoman said: “It can be an expensive disease to manage, requiring a monthly purchase of insulin and potentially other medical supplies.
“In total, it’s possible this could cost hundreds of dollars a month, depending on your own veterinarian’s assessment and cost of supplies in your area.”
“We see your love in the bag you carefully packed with all of her favorite things.
“We see your love in the way you secured her leash so she wouldn’t get hit by a car.
“We see your love in the way you placed her in the middle of a neighborhood where she’d be quickly found.
“We see your love in how happy and healthy Baby Girl looks.
“And we see your love in the note you left, pleading for someone to help her when you no longer could.”
“We see that you did what you thought was best for your beloved pup and we are grateful for your compassion,” they added.
“Rest assured that she’s safe, she’s getting tons of attention from our team.
“We wish you all the best and hope that if you see this, you can rest a little easier knowing your Baby Girl has a bright future ahead.”
“We have been in contact with the previous owner, and were grateful for the chance to
connect with her, and honor her wishes for Baby Girl to find a new home.
“We passed along supportive resources that have been offered to her from this generous community. She expressed her gratitude and happiness knowing Baby Girl would be finding her next loving home soon.”