In Suwałki, Poland, a stray dog was wandering around in search of a cozy spot to rest. Unfortunately, he stumbled upon a fresh pile of tar and decided to lie down without understanding the danger it posed. As a result, the sticky substance trapped him, leaving him unable to move. The poor exhausted pup finally realized he needed help and began barking for assistance.
The small pooch didn’t give up easily and kept barking until some people nearby heard him and went to check what was going on. They discovered that he was trapped in tar and needed urgent help. The workers quickly contacted Joanna Godlewska, an animal rescuer from Niczyje Animal Foundation, to rescue the dog.
As she arrived at the scene, tears welled up in her eyes as she saw the dog trapped in tar. Luckily, the dog was able to loosen his snout from the sticky substance, allowing him to breathe and bark for assistance. The local fire and police departments were quick to come to the rescue, carefully cutting away the fur that was stuck in the tar. To gently remove the dog’s body from the tar, they used oil as a countermeasure to the adhesive substance.
The rescuers worked tirelessly to remove the tar, and eventually, the dog was freed. He was immediately taken to a veterinary clinic to be treated for exhaustion and undergo a thorough examination. During the check-up, roughly 100 ticks were discovered and promptly removed from his body.
Following several rounds of bathing to extract the remaining tar from his coat and paws, the pup was given a cozy bed and a warm meal to savor. Nobody knows for sure how long he had been trapped, but he was overjoyed to finally be liberated. The tough canine began to recover and was tended to for minor head injuries.
The rescuers gave the name “Luck” to the sweet boy they saved, who goes by Farcik. As Godlewska helps him learn to walk again, she is discovering that he has had a difficult life up until this point. Luck is now receiving all the love and care he deserves from his caretakers. According to Niczyje Animal Foundation, Farcik is currently resting and recovering, gaining strength and regaining faith in humans.
After he has fully recuperated, he’ll be ready for adoption. Currently, he’s receiving excellent medical attention from a veterinary doctor and also staying with a volunteer from the rescue at night. He doesn’t need to worry about his meals or shelter anymore since he’s surrounded by compassionate people who care for him. Moreover, people worldwide are showing their support for him to find a loving home and get well soon.