Dogfighting is a truly inhumane ‘sport,’ and it’s sad to think that it still happens today. While it has been illegal in the U.S. for decades, sadly, it does still happen sometimes.
Thankfully, though, there are many rescue organizations dedicated to stopping dogfighting and rescuing the poor dogs from these rings.
Devastatingly, for the poor little souls who fall into the hands of dogfighters, their lives are full of violence, pain, and fear.
As well as the emotional trauma, these poor babies also sustain physical injuries. They don’t know what it feels like to be given love and affection from another human being.
This means that if a dog is lucky enough to be rescued from their cruel owners, then every little piece of love and affection that they are given is a very big deal to them.
Finn was rescued from some dogfighters in 2016.
He was battered and bruised, and he must have been very fearful of humans back then. He didn’t know what it felt like to be loved and have nice things. But his new owners weren’t about to give up on him.
As soon as he takes it in his mouth, he starts to run around the room with pure joy as he devours the cheesy, pizza-y deliciousness.