A Tik Tok video that details the rescue of an abandoned dog at a Wendy's drive-thru in the Detroit area has gone viral.
What Are the Details?
Misfit Angels Rescue shared the video (below), which has been liked and shared hundreds of thousands of times since it was posted a week ago. Misfit Angels Rescue is a non-profit dog rescue agency in Detroit that facilitates getting animals into foster homes.
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The woman spots the pup lying on a blanket right next to the restaurant's drive-thru lane.
She then narrated the short clip using text overlays. [All of this is SIC'd, by the way.]
"Rescued this girl today," she begins. "Literally laying in the Wendy's drive through line."
She points out that many customers had driven by the dog, seemingly oblivious to the fact that she was there.
"Sooo many cars were driving past her/ignoring her. She was laying on a blanket," she says. "Opened my car door and she came right up wagging her tail, then got scared so I picked her up."
She includes a few pictures of the pooch warming up, lying on the backseat of her car. She feeds the dog what appears to be chicken nuggets and the hungry girl happily gobbles them up.
A Happy Ending for This Girl
Misfit Angels Rescue wrapped up the video with some good news, sharing that the animal was on her way to a foster home.
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