Disabled Dog That Was Dumped By Its Heartless Owners Twice In One Day Finds A Forever Home

There are far too many heart-shattering videos and pictures of evil (let’s be real) people aband.oning their pets. We usually don’t cover these sorrowful stories on Bored Panda unless those furry friends got the happy ending they deserved. Luckily, this story is one of those with the happy endings.

A horrifying video of a disabled dog being abandoned on the side of the road went viral earlier this year, leaving millions in utter anger and disgust. The video was captured in Sao Leopoldo, a city in the southern Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul. The incident is believed to have taken place half a year ago.

The heartbreaking video shows a white car parking alongside a deserted road where a woman is seen getting out of the car and dragging out a white dog that only has three legs.

After shoving him violently and heartlessly, the cold-blooded woman drives away. Upon seeing this horrifying footage, millions were left in tears.

Luckily, just a day after the video was posted, people identified the poor three-legged dog in it. As it turned out, the Patas Geurreras animal charity had taken the dog in and renamed him TinTin. Later, people found out that TinTin was actually abandoned twice on the same day. The first time he was dumped, TinTin was brought back home after one woman found him on the street, believing he was lost. But, being absolutely cold-hearted and inhumane, his owner dumped him again.

Luckily, someone else found him and took the poor soul to an animal sanctuary. The footage that was later shared on Twitter showed TinTin being cared for by the staff of Patas Guerreras. And it gets even better – in almost no time, the handsome TinTin found new loving owners.

The charity that previously took care of TinTin said that he is doing ‘exceptionally well’, given the horrifying circumstances under which he was abandoned. They also noted that the disabled pooch is being showered with love and care by his new owners, just like he deserves.

To everyone’s relief, police officers managed to track down Tintin’s previous owners. They admitted that they had abandoned the poor dog.

Anderson Ribeiro, boss of the Secretariat of Animal Protection in Sao Leopoldo, passed his information over to police who confirmed their investigation on the charge of animal abuse and have called witnesses to testify. The penalty for animal abuse ranges from three months to a year in jail and a fine.

Luckily, TinTin seems to be as happy and healthy as ever. Cuddled by his new owners, the handsome boy seems to have finally found his forever home.