A Rescuer Spotted This Dog Crying On The Roadside. Then She Saw What Was Tied Around Its Neck

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Image: Facebook/The Abandoned Ones / Facebook/The Abandoned Ones
Image: Facebook/The Abandoned Ones / Facebook/The Abandoned Ones

She had driven those roads looking for strays many times before and had varying degrees of success. Sometimes, tragically, the dogs she found were no longer alive. But this time, something moving on the grass verge caught her eye, so she stopped to investigate.

Image: Facebook/The Abandoned Ones 'Saving Animals in Danger'
Image: Facebook/The Abandoned Ones “Saving Animals in Danger”

Judy Obregon is no stranger to saving animals. In fact, she founded a rescue group called The Abandoned Ones (TAO) in 2010. Since then, she has been devoted to getting stray dogs off the streets and finding them forever homes.

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Image: Google Maps
Image: Google Maps

The group doesn’t have a shelter itself. Instead, its rescued dogs are supported by foster families. It does, however, have a base of operations in Fort Worth Park, Texas. Unfortunately, the area is infamous locally for a practice that will horrify animal lovers.

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