“The litter came in around Christmas time,” Kathy Butler, a dog rehoming coordinator with the RSPCA, said in a press release. “They were unsold and had been living outside in sheds and barns, many in appalling condition. Little Rolo almost didn't make it. One of the nurses at the vet's fostered him to give him round-the-clock care and, thankfully, he pulled through.”
Despite how sick he was, tiny Rolo somehow managed to recover from his ordeal. Once he was well enough, he was put up for adoption, and taken in by a wonderful family with two kids who were over the moon to welcome him into their home.