Due of his incredible defects, he was rejected, yet he lived to inspire two more kids.
His name is Stitch and he is a six-month-old pitbull that was found in a trash can by a homeless man in Nevada, USA.
He was taken to ” Palomino Valley Pet Rescue “, where they were responsible for providing him with the necessary medical care.
This brave little pup was born with a cleft lip and a cleft palate. While the lifespan of these puppies is generally favorable, in most cases people decide to have them removed because they need some surgical procedure to correct their condition and they are very costly.
Veterinarian Chrissy Boyles raised funds to help him. You took good care of him!
It’s been a long journey but it’s worth it
Stitch has a special situation and needs a special family. Ashlee Rodman is a mother of two children: 4-year-old Sam and 6-year-old Lily, both born with cleft lip
He expressed that he wanted to show his children that they are not alone and that there are even animals that are born with the same condition as them.
It was something inspiring for the children, it generated a lot of joy and affection towards Stitch. Sam recently underwent all the necessary surgeries to fix his problem and Lily will complete the process as she grows a little more.
As for the puppy, its evolution has been very satisfactory
He is surrounded by a lot of love
It is clear that there is nothing that with will and love is impossible
This puppy even has a fan page on Facebook where he inspires many people and with his case he helps other dogs in the community to find a home and a solution for them. You can visit it here.
In the end, he underwent surgery with all the necessary interventions to improve his condition as much as possible.
It’s great to see its evolution!
Stitch is a champ! and the caring hands that saved him are his heroes
Once again we have a lesson to learn from this little animal. Life has given him a second chance and knowing his case has been great for many people and for many dogs.
It’s one of those stories so inspiring that you have to share it!