Miley’s story will make you cry.
No, not the pop star, whose antics make people cry for entirely different reason, but this recently-rescued dog.
Now called “Miley,” this female dog was found abandoned and living in a trash heap. She was severely malnourished and suffered from bacterial infections and mange, which severely ate away at her pretty, fluffy coat.
Hope for Paws, the non-profit organization notorious for posting videos of rescued animals on YouTube that will make your eyes leak, swooped in to save Miley and get her the vet care — and love — the mild-mannered dog clearly deserves.
Miley is currently recovering with a foster family, thanks to The Fuzzy Pet Foundation in Santa Monica, Calif., and Frankie, Miley’s new friend, is currently with a foster family, too.
Both dogs are available for adoption.
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