After injecting a German dog with a d.e.a.d.l.y amount of poison, his previous owner buried him alive in Russia. Fortunately, the poor dog saved his own life by digging up the dirt, escaping from the grave, and being rescued by caring people. The dog has been adopted and will begin a new life in a secure environment.
Olga Lysteseva (39), was driving down a highway in Northern Russia when she came across poor dog Kiryusha (7 years old), who was also plodding slowly and exhaustedly along the wet pavement.
The dog in the grave, poisoned by the owner and buried alive, was resurrected owing to the goodwill of people.
The woman had to drive a little further because she was on the highway before turning around and walking the final 10 kilometers to Kiryusha’s location.
Lysteseva fed the dog before loading it into her car and driving it 160 kilometers to an animal rescue center in Ukhta.
Kiryusha’s images were uploaded on the Internet, and the center requested any pertinent information (if any) about the poor dog’s owner. They were able to swiftly locate the previous owners, a married couple.
When asked why they were being so harsh toward Kiryusha, the two stated that the dog was “evil,” and the family had no alternative but to inject it with a medicine that would kill it and then bury it alive. in a distant region
According to the center, the pair apologized for their “error.” Despite the terrible situation, Kiryusha exhibited no major indications of disease after being inspected by a veterinarian.
Kiryusha has launched a new life because to the goodwill of Olga Lysteseva, according to Ekaterina Nimak, a relief center staffer.
According to Nimak, Kiryusha is currently stable and secure in the relief center. It walks on a leash, avoids other dogs, seldom collides with them, and does not make other people uneasy.
“It’s been amazing for everyone,” she remarked.