In July of this year, Juliana Carpio went to visit Romania. She was out one day when she saw a dog lying on the ground near a bustling intersection. Worried for the pup’s safety, she tried calling him.
The dog was incredibly happy and friendly. He came to Juliana and nudged his head onto her hand.
As Juliana started to feed the stray, she looked around and saw a vast area of grassland. In the middle of the field, Juliana spotted a big black dog, staring back at her. She also noticed that there was something wrapped around the poor boy’s neck.
Knowing that he needs help, Juliana tried calling him, too. She even tried coaxing him with some food. But unlike the other dog, he didn’t come. He looked so hungry and thirsty, but he was so terrified to be near her.
Juliana learned that the dog she just rescued suffered abuse from his previous owner before he was eventually abandoned in the streets. The black pup, on the other hand, was perceived to be aggressive, and that the residents have been trying to put him down.
After the black dog ran away, Juliana went back to the road and picked up the dog she named Scar. She loaded him into the car and took him home.
Juliana made a promise to come back for the black stray. For the next few days, she went back to the fields and waited for him. But it seemed almost impossible to catch him. Every time Juliana gets near, he runs away.
The dog was incredibly petrified to let someone near him. But Juliana is determined to help. She didn’t give up even if the dog didn’t show up for a couple of days. Then finally, all her hard work has paid off. The dog, later on, named Shine, came out of the bush and followed Juliana to her car, and she was able to remove the cable wire that was wrapped around his neck.
Juliana left for Canada, leaving Scar and Shine in good hands. But while she was away, she continued working to make sure that they get the life that they deserve. Today, Scar and Shine are happy with their forever family in Canada. And their sad pasts are now behind them.
Credits to Juliana Carpio