Elaine Seamans, Rebeca Altamirano, and Hilda Torres were constant clinic volunteers at Tijuana, Mexico. They usually focus on spay/neuter services but runs into more serious ones from time to time. The clinic they volunteer to is operated by At-Choo Foundation.
On the evening of November 25, after getting tacos, the 3 ladies were heading back to the clinic. Walking along the road back to the clinic, they noticed two stray dogs. One of the dogs, caught their attention specifically for his head was tilted in an odd way. They knew something was wrong with him, and as good-hearted as they are, they wanted to help the dog.
They approached the dogs but naturally, they got scared and ran off. Seeing though that dog needed medical attention they didn’t give up and eventually, they were able to get ahold of them. Upon taking a closer look they also saw that the dog’s ear was swollen and was badly infected.
They brought the dog, who they named Tommy, in the clinic. After a thorough examination, they concluded that the dog might have gotten into a fight and wounds from it had gotten infected. After a few days, they did reconstructive surgery on him and drained the puss around his head.
Tommy’s operation was successful, and he is recovering. He is now able to show his true self and share his sweetness to the world. He is scheduled to be transferred to the United States, once he has fully recovered. In the meantime, At-Choo Foundation is trying to find a foster family that can look after him.
Destiny really works in mysterious ways. Tommy was lucky enough to cross paths with Elaine, Rebeca, and Hilda that fateful night. It’s a little funny how from getting tacos they were able to save a life.
Credits to At-Choo Foundation