BOSTON (CBS) — An abandoned puppy found with several broken toes last month is now recovering well and looking for a home.
The 5-month-old brown and brindle Pit Bull-mix was treated at the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals–Angell Animal Medical Center after she was brought there by a man who found her limping in an East Boston churchyard.
“We’re going to do all we can to get her well and into a loving home that she so deserves,” said Amanda Laskoe, the animal care supervisor at the MSPCA-Angell, in a statement.
The puppy, named Ramona by the MSPCA-Angell staff, did not have identification tags or a microchip when she was found on Sept. 10.
The staff believes Ramona was hit by a car.
She wore a splint on her left foot for several weeks before having it put in a cast by shelter veterinarians at the MSPCA’s Shalit-Glazer Clinic.
Ramona is now up for adoption.
Those interested in adopting Ramona can contact the adoption center directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about the kind of home staff members are searching for.