According to Hall, the lost people “will roam and travel for months. Those who are discarded simply wait there. “
Thunder was an abandoned dog that had been seen for days waiting for his owner by the same fire hydrant. Neighbors phoned Hall to come and rescue the dog after several failed attempts to catch him.
Thunder was too terrified to accept assistance, not even when Hall showed up with her tools and decades of knowledge. He desperately wanted to believe,” Hall remarked. He tried to approach me but was simply too afraid.
Thunder was uncertain despite being lured into a kind of trap using goodies. He would cross the street to look, according to Hall, and then return to the fire hydrant.
Day gave way to night, but Hall wasn’t about to give up on Thunder. so she devised a more alluring lure. She went to a 7-Eleven nearby, purchased a few hotdogs, and dropped them in the trap.
Hall claimed, “I drove down the street to give him the impression that I [was] not there any longer and when I came back, he was finally in the trap. “The hotdogs got the job done.”
Thunder was relieved to be in Hall’s care at last. but she noted that he was anxious to return to the fire hydrant and wait for the family who had abandoned him there.
He recalled “the little bit of love he had from his family,” according to Hall. I merely believe that he resisted leaving in case they turned up.
Nevertheless, Thunder was saved just in time. The greatest storm Thunder had experienced in years, according to Hall, blasted Thunder’s neighborhood as soon as she had him in her car. Thunder and his rescuer would have been caught in a violent downpour if Thunder’s capture had taken even five minutes longer.
“We named him Thunder because we had the worst thunderstorm after I drove away,” Hall said. “It was so scary.”
Thunder’s abandoner and reason for doing so are still unknown, but Hall thinks it’s more crucial to concentrate on the incredible new life he will lead now that he has been saved.
The trap door closing is “my favorite sound,” Hall remarked. “Because it’s closing the past and [marking] a new future for the dog.”
Thunder is receiving the veterinary treatment he requires before being put in a caring foster home, as is the case with all of Logan’s Legacy’s rescues. Thunder will soon be up for adoption, where he will finally meet a family who will be equally dedicated to him.