After Fleeing from Hunters, He Lay in Fear and Pain for Days Near a River

Running away from the hunters who were shooting at him he went down the hill and collapsed near the river! And so he lay there in fear and pain for days. For days, hungry, thirsty even though the river was right next to him, he couldn’t move and sip water! I’m sure he couldn’t even fall asleep from the cold!

Fahrudin Caki Bravo And other shelter volunteers got a complaint about a poor dog along the river in incredibly severe condition life-threatened. They were swiftly organized and rushing to the scene

They found him on a hard field! Cold, hungry, exploring, desperate in suffering agony! Since when has he been laying in this place? How did he get into this situation? What weight of injury?

Fahrudin noticed is that dog can’t get on his feet!

“The puppy we rescued today near Sarajevo is in an exceedingly terrible condition! Maybe he will never walk again! Maybe he may never run joyful and free again! … It’s all about tonight maybe!” Said Fahrudin

He named him Cuko, and they took him to the Vet.

The X-ray indicated that this Cuko was virtually infested with a sackcloth! That guy literally survived the shootout!

A huge number of sacmi was found in it with an X-ray. And regrettably two of them ended up in the rear column! The veterinarian judged that he could undertake the surgery and try to remove the sac from his nose and get the bullet out of his spine.. Of course, no one wants to make projections!

Imagine the horror for this poor critter when they started shooting at him! Oh many painful sighs! His pain and fear! He hungry and thirsty.

The vet team were doing everything to preserve his life and after six days Cuko still alive and he wish to live. Cuko is now crippled only because he was at the wrong place at the wrong time. Shot full with buckshot by an unknown person!

The vet stated the next few days will be about strengthening him physically.. .and then analyzing whether he will endure the operation to remove the buckshot from his spine, and whether he will have a chance to walk again after that.

“There’s one thing definite for now, our will to help him is and will be just as great as his will to live and, based to what we’ve seen so far, his will to live is immense!”