The biggest challenge in rescuing abused animals is training them to trust humans again. After months or years of mistreatment and neglect at the hands of the very people who were meant to take care of them, makes dogs and cats realize, they are on their own. Even after being removed from violent and neglectful environments, many canines are unable to get past their traumatic experiences. Consequently, this makes it nearly impossible for them to be adopted into a loving family.It wasn’t for a lack of trying after the DeKalb County Animal Services in Decatur, Georgia, removed her from her previous home.
Still, no one could break through to Kailey.
Time was of the essence.
She wanted to find Kailey’s forever family.
“We just thought we would be the perfect people for her. It was a perfect match,” Chandler says.
One day the animal was acting strange, agitated.
She walked backed inside. Chandler realized Kailey was warning her of something.
She also heard a hissing sound from the apartment complex standing next to her house.
Chandler called 911 and all the families were immediately evacuated until it was safe to return.
For Chandler, this just goes to prove there is no animal not worthy of adoption. “If you have the space, you have room in your heart to take in a needy animal, to love on them, I mean it comes back to you tenfold,” she admits.
->**Watch Kailey’s heroic rescue.**<-