Rescuers rushed to the home, where, they were told, a squatter had been staying some time earlier — leaving behind garbage, debris ... and a precious life all alone in the dark and cold. Fortunately, the poor pup had been found in time to be saved.
And she couldn't have been happier about it.
"When we opened the door to the basement and shined our flashlight down, we saw a wagging tail," Natalie Thomson, the group's communications director, told The Dodo. "She was nearly choking herself as she was so excited to see us. When we freed her, she couldn’t stop jumping up and down and giving hugs."