Eric Maus, a professional dog walker, was walking his clients Gouda and Lily in the scenic Prospect Park when he stumbled upon a heart-wrenching sight. He noticed a Pit Bull helplessly tied to a tree with a note hanging by its side.
“Bring me to your home! I’m an amazing dog, and I’m already seven years old. Even though I’m big in size, don’t be afraid of me as I am just a sweet and loving creature.” Eric approached the friendly giant alongside the other two dogs, yet the dog remained still and welcoming.
The dog walker, Eric, was in a dilemma on what to do with Mamas. He couldn’t leave her alone in Prospect Park, but he didn’t know how to help her. Eric decided to seek advice on a neighborhood Facebook page by posting a photo of Mamas. To his surprise, responses started pouring in within minutes. A kind-hearted person offered to meet Eric and Mamas by a tree and even arranged for transportation outside the park to take them to Sean Casey Animal Rescue. Fortunately, the shelter had an available kennel for Mamas.
Together, they strolled out of the park, but Mamas had to take her time due to her size and probable bladder infection. Later, she was transported to the rescue center, where her reluctance faded away entirely. Mamas was eager to start a new phase in her life and excitedly hopped out of the car, ready to enter the shelter. It seemed as if she sensed that she was now secure.
After completing the mandatory period of stay for strays and passing a health check, Mamas will be available for adoption and can finally find her forever home.
Currently, Mamas is content to have left the park and now finds comfort among individuals who have a deep fondness and concern for her. Eric is confident that the person who chooses to adopt this affectionate lady will be incredibly fortunate.