On September 22, a dog named Jordan caught the attention of GWARP, an animal rescue organization. Jordan was an elderly dog who was chained up and deprived of food and water, despite being very sick. GWARP had seen many cases of animal neglect, but this was one of the worst they had ever come across.
Jordan appeared to have bone cancer, a painful and debilitating condition. He had never received any treatment and had been living on a short chain, surviving on scraps and trash. Due to malnutrition and lack of care, he had also developed osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer.
y significant damage to Jordan’s bones, likely from being brutally beaten by his intoxicated owner. For years, he had been kept tied up and hidden in the backyard, unable to move more than a few feet because of the short metal chain.
When the GWARP rescue team requested to save Jordan, the owner initially refused, claiming that they couldn’t take away “his property.” The team had to involve the local police to intervene. Eventually, after providing the owner with the necessary paperwork and explaining the dire condition of the dog, he changed his mind.
X-rays revealed the extent of Jordan’s osteosarcoma, but thankfully, there were no metastases in his lungs, giving him a slim chance of survival. However, the tumor was rapidly growing, causing the skin to tear.
Jordan received a soothing bath to wash away his sorrowful past and the negative energy from his previous owner. The hope was to start his journey towards healing and a better life.
Unfortunately, Jordan couldn’t receive the necessary medical care in Azerbaijan, where he was rescued. He needed to be transported to Turkey for further treatment. After a few days, he arrived in Istanbul and underwent sedation for full-body X-rays before his surgery.
Jordan’s amputation surgery was successful, and the tumor-ridden limb was removed. Everything went smoothly, and he began adjusting to his new life quickly. His appetite returned, and he started enjoying the food provided by his caretakers.
It has been three days since Jordan’s surgery, and he is already adapting well to his new circumstances. He is a fast learner, embracing his new life and regaining his appetite. With proper care and love, Jordan has a chance at a brighter future.