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‘Lovable’ pup rescued from dog fighting helped other animals. Then came more good news

A “lovable” dog helped child animals at a Florida shelter — however the good news didn’t cease there.

“He was showered with love and treats from our staff,” the Titusville shelter wrote May 1 in a Facebook publish. “He then ended the day being ADOPTED!!

The facility — the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) of Brevard — mentioned Doug began his subsequent chapter after he received a tough begin to life. He came to the shelter April 1 after he was a part of a federal dog fighting case.

“Despite the unknown hardships he faced in his first four years of life, Doug is the true definition of a survivor,” the shelter wrote.

After he was rescued, Doug turned identified for being pleasant, playful and having a love for snuggling. He additionally received an opportunity to assist other animals, the shelter wrote on social media and in an e mail to McClatchy News.

“Doug donated blood to help kittens in need,” the SPCA wrote. “Yes, you read that right! This lovable pup rolled up his sleeves (or rather, offered up his paw) to help his fellow kitten residents.”

The shelter, which retains getting new intakes this kitten season, mentioned “Doug donated blood so our medical team could make a serum to help the kittens heal and get on the road to recovery.”

Doug later was adopted, and his story introduced pleasure to a number of individuals who commented on the shelter’s Facebook publish.

“Great job Doug, a real hero deserves a life. Live the best one with your new family,” one remark learn.

”Yay!!! Doug !!! Our hero!!! Happy life Doug !!!!,” one other remark learn.

For its half, the shelter wrote: “It’s truly heartwarming and rewarding for our staff who get to witness dogs who’ve conquered unimaginable challenges become cherished members of loving families.”

Titusville is a roughly 40-mile drive east from Orlando.

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