“[Hilda] said, ‘Pull over. We’ve got to see what’s going on here,’” Seamans, founder of the At-Choo Foundation, a group that provides medical funding for dogs in need and had sponsored the spay and neuter clinic, told The Dodo. “We slowed down, and they both of them came over to the passenger side.”
When Torres slipped out of the car, both dogs started running away.
“We were like, ‘Oh my God, we’ve got to get this dog,’” Seamans said. “But we stayed calm … and like most of these dogs who need help, he eventually just stopped. So we were able to get to him. Hilda wrapped him in a blanket and lifted up his 50-pound body [into the car] and we got him to the vet.”