Crammed into a lorry with hundreds of other dogs, Miracle’s future looked bleak. Matted and diseased, he was one of thousands of animals effected by the dog meat trade.
But after dog-lover Amanda Leask spotted a picture of him on Facebook, his fate took a dramatic turn for the better.
The first picture she saw of Miracle, taken by another rescue campaigner, showed him hanging from a truck. He looked close to death, but opened his eyes when the flash went off. Miracle has since been given a thorough vet check. His health has improved so dramatically that he is almost unrecognisable.
Miracle, a “Thai mix” dog, arrived in London earlier this month from Thailand and will join the 37 other dogs, including four Romanian rescue dogs, which she and husband Tobias currently have at their home near Inverness.
Here is Miracle’s story…