HOPE UPDATE: BULLDOG LEFT FOR DEAD IS RECOVERING, READY FOR HER NEXT PHASE IN LIFE

Last week, WVUA 23’s Chelsea Barton brought you the story of Hope, a bulldog mix found locked in a cage on the side of Highway 25 in Bibb County.

She’d been burned with boiling oil and left for dead, and not even the veterinarians who rushed to her care knew if she could be saved.

But today Hope is on the mend and better than ever thanks to those who saw her story and helped with her medical needs. She’s been recovering at Veterinary Hospital of Centreville, and now she’s transitioning to the next phase of her life: Finding a forever home.

Foster mom Tammie Davis said Hope couldn’t have been given a more fitting name.

“It fit her perfect,” Davis said. “It was meant to be because she is actually going to Sasha’s Hope and Rescue when she leaves me and now her name is Hope and she has nothing but good times going forward.”

As you can imagine, Hope’s not out of the woods yet, and her medical expenses will continue adding up over the next few months.

Donations are still being taken, if you’d like to help. You can email friendsofbibbcountyalpound@yahoo.com or call the Veterinary Hospital of Centreville at 205-926-4347.

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