12-week-old blind puppy Belle was abandoned in a Kent park. A member of the public brought her to Happy Endings animal centre in Faversham.
The animal centre says that this time of year is especially busy but it is crucial the pup gets the medical attention she needs. David Johns speaks to Kate Arrowsmith, Vet; Chris Johns, Animal Sanctuary Founder; and Liz Vallance, Animal Fosterer.
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12-week-old puppy Belle was left by her owners in a park despite being blind in both eyes.
Luckily, she was rescued by who animal lovers and taken to Happy Endings Animal Rescue in Faversham to recover.
At the moment the cute pup is living with a foster mum to be trained before the search for a long-term home begins.
The animal charity is currently raising funds in order to treat the puppy as well as feed the other animals at the centre.
Head Gorilla Keeper at Port Lympne, Phil Ridges says: "I am absolutely delighted to welcome this new arrival to our family group. Mumba and Djala are fantastic parents, very protective and caring and the little one is doing very well."