The pilot flew 1200 km to save the dog after being raped by the owner
The pilot flew 1200 km to save the dog after being raped by the owner
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You can see only the bad around and say that all people are evil. Or you can concentrate on good things and notice those who do good and even heroic deeds.

When 45-year-old pilot Paul Steklenski found out that there was such a dog, Adrianna, which veterinarians prescribed euthanasia after 24 hours, he did not think for a long time - he sat down at the controls of the plane and flew 1200 kilometers to try to save the animal.

Adriana was found by volunteers - taken from the street and placed in an animal shelter in Granville County, North Carolina. The dog was very scared and needed an urgent bladder surgery, which the shelter, alas, could not afford.

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After examination, the veterinarians concluded that the dog was pregnant. But she did not succeed in becoming a mother, because, probably, some sick person mocked her. who most likely brutally raped her. Because of this, Adrianna had this serious bladder problem that endangered the life of the animal.

Unable to help the dog, the shelter staff decided to euthanize her so that at least she would not suffer from terrible pain. Then one charity agreed to fund the operation. There remained only one question: how to quickly get the dog from Granville to the veterinarian surgeon in Stamford, Connecticut.

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After seeing a message on the Internet about such a problem, pilot Paul Steklenski immediately knew what he needed to do. On a private jet, he flew from his home, first to the shelter, and then took the dog to the surgeon, flying 1200 kilometers and spending 6 hours. To make the flight as efficient as possible, Paul took on board 13 more dogs, which also needed similar assistance.

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Adrianna underwent the operation well and is now going through a rehabilitation period. Thanks to the heroic act of a man, the dog got a chance to forget about the horrors of a past life and start a new one - in some kind family, which will definitely take it out of the kennel when the animal is fully recovered.

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