If you are an avid reader of DogExpress, you must have read about the Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS). In the latest news, the organization is helping to find a home for a dog who was left tied to a fire hydrant earlier this week at Green Bay.
Baby Girl, a nearly 6-year-old mixed breed canine, was found at East Walnut Street and South Clay Street.
As they approached the dog, it had a note from the owner, which helped identify the dog, Baby Girl. It also explained why the owner could no longer care for the dog. They also found a backpack filled with toys, treats, and food which was left beside the pup.
The backpack can be seen sitting next to the pub in the photos taken before the rescuers transported the puppy to the Green Bay Campus of WHS.
The photos of the abandoned pup went viral after the locals shared them on social media. It sparked an emotional response from a lot of users.
The WHS in their post said, “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.”
If no one claims adoption for Baby Girl, she will be put for adoption at the shelter.