Bonnie is a loving Romanian dog who was left wandering the streets for a long time after losing her snout, half of her front left leg, and her tail. Until the proper folks came along, the dog without a nose couldn’t find a home that would offer her a fresh chance.
It’s unclear what happened to Bonnie, but it’s quite probable that someone without a heart was to blame for her death.
Due to her serious state, she was nearly killed after being rescued and transported to the UK by the Beacon Animal Rescue Center in Canterbury.
Kate Comfort, 29, fell in love with Bonnie after seeing her portrait on the organization’s Facebook page; she couldn’t get enough of her after seeing her large eyes and ears.
Kate remarked, according to Metro:
“At first, convincing my husband was difficult because we already had three dogs, but no one wanted Bonnie, so I told him I’d take her in until we could find her the ideal home.”
The fact that no one else wanted to adopt Bonnie pushed Kate to do it herself. The woman stated that the dog’s appearance initially startled her, but she gradually became accustomed to it.
The wound on Bonnie’s stump reopened, and the pair realized they were considering surgery on Bonnie for ‘pure aesthetic’ reasons, so they decided to remove the stump.
The only thing that counts to them right now is that Bonnie is healthy and surrounded by affection, since she is completely flawed and they adore her just the way she is.
Bonnie is a very remarkable dog that deserves to be treated with great respect and more since she is an example of life, despite the fact that there are some extremely harsh people who scream things at her on the street or try to assault her.
She has almost 20,000 Instagram followers who like seeing her images. Bonnie’s idea for an Instagram came from her attempt to earn money for her operation, but even though she didn’t go through with it, her followers grew steadily.
It’s incredible that, despite her ordeal, Bonnie still has faith in people and is so lovely.
“Animals are forgiving animals; their tolerance and forgiveness when subjected to brutality and abuse never ceases to astonish me.” I prefer animals to humans and wish we were more like them, therefore instead of people, I’ll probably surround myself with animals.”