This Puppy Was Burned Inside and Out – by Meth

Once they healed his injuries, they had to start taking care of his addiction. Because Zorro had been living in a meth-house and breathing in the fumes, he had become addicted to meth. He started to show withdrawal symptoms, including shaking, chills, vomiting and hypertension.

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Worse still – Zorro suffers from hallucinations. Often, he’ll bite and snap at imaginary things in the air.

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It’ll be difficult to get him back to his whole self, but with the love and care he’s now receiving, he’s already doing better. One of his eyes has finally opened, and he’s starting to recognize the people around him.

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Don’t forget to share this to all your friends and family! We need more awareness about animal cruelty so we can stop it.

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