It’s almost unimaginable to see what dogs have already been subjected to, because when humans are cruel, for some reason dogs are an easy target. An incredible miracle dog who survived a cruel beating and a shot to the face moved viewers of ITV’s This Morning. The dog, Millie, was attacked by a group of children when she was just a few months old. Her face was completely smashed in before the children decided to shoot her several times in the face to kill her.
This kind of cruelty to a dog is so cruel that it makes normal people’s stomachs turn. How could anyone have the idea to do such a thing to an innocent dog or any animal for that matter? But the extraordinary Millie did not die. Although the poor dog was severely deformed as a result of this horrific attack. She sustained blunt trauma to her nose, meaning she no longer has a snout, and amazingly the dog still has two bullets in her head. Knowing all this, it’s easy to see how this dog’s story can touch anyone with a heart.
Scroll down to learn more about Millie, and find out why she’s won millions of hearts on morning TV.
Check out the video of Millie on ,,This Morning”!
'She's enjoying life, she has a good quality of life.'
Millie was found dying on the streets by animal activists, but @drscottym claims the decision not to put her down was for the best 🐶 #ThisMorning pic.twitter.com/dUVn0O8hIr
— This Morning (@thismorning) March 13, 2020
Millie became the perfect advocate for all forgotten, abandoned and abused pets. People are genuinely in love with her.
Bravo, Millie! May you have the happiest life ever!
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