Meet Julia The Abandon Dog People Were Afraid Of Because She Looked Like A Wolf. See Her Dramatic Transformation That Changed Her Life

The Heroes of Hope For Paws have done it again. Hope For Paws is a non-profit organization that rescues abandoned and abused animals. They created Hope For Paws to help animals who suffer and die every year because of negligence and abuse. One day they got a frantic call about a “wolf” wandering the streets of LA. Immediately they sprang into action and headed out to see what they could do. When they arrived on the scene they saw the wolf.

Lisa Chiarelli was first on the scene. She was able to trap the dog in a fenced in yard. As the team examined the animal from a distance they noticed a tattered rope attached to her neck. She was dirty and covered with infection but they realized they were not dealing with a wolf as they were told, but a lost or abandoned dog.

They were able to earn her trust by feeding her treats. They team named her Julia. “Even though Julia was so skinny and starved, she took food so gently,” Hagar said. She finally felt safe enough after 20 minutes to let Lisa slip the Lucky Leash around her neck. As she walked to the car, it was clear that Julia was in a lot of pain. They transported her to the vet and she underwent a full examination. Julia suffered from manage, multiple bacterial infections, and malnutrition.
“This poor girl was so swollen from infections,” Hope for Paws founder Eldad Hagar said. “She was bleeding, pus was oozing from everywhere, and it’s hard to see because of this coat, but she is just skin and bones.” It was clear Julia was not in good shape and was in need of some TLC.

Lisa and the team treated her to a nice bath and some pampering. “As Lisa grabbed a towel, Julia just rested her head on Lisa’s arm,” Eldad wrote. “She was happy it was over.”  But even in her pain and confusion, the pup had already learned that the humans around her could be trusted to help. Turns out she is a sweet and loving German Shepard/Husky mix.

Eldad of Hope For Paws said,  “Julia has special, calm, wise eyes,” he continued. “I don’t know how to explain it, but it’s something so special.” She is only 2 years old, but such an old soul,” Eldad said. “I can’t even imagine what she had gone through during all this time since she was born.”

Once Julia is fully recovered, she will be placed in a foster home through A.R.T. N Paws Animal Rescue. Julia is proof of the amazing work that rescuers at Hope For Paws does every day to help animals.
We believe every animal deserves a loving, forever home. If you are in the market for a new cat or dog, please check with your local animal shelters. There are plenty of animals out there just like Julia who need a second chance at life. Watch Julia’s rescue below: Make sure to SHARE this story on your Facebook page to bring a smile to someone’s face today!

 

TEXAS: 14-YEAR OLD VIRGIN FALLS PREGNANT AFTER FLU SHOT

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San Angelo, TX | A 14-year old schoolgirl has suffered serious complications after a flu shot allegedly left the young girl terribly ill and with severe cramps, until the family doctor finally realized weeks later she had been impregnated by the vaccine, reports the Forth Worth Telegram this week.

After symptoms persisted several weeks, the distressed mother brought her child to the Whole Woman’s Health of Forth Worth medical clinic where she was found to be pregnant moments later.

“She was in excellent health beforehand. After a few days she became very unwell, she had all the symptoms of a fever” explains her mother.

“It took a good few weeks before she felt better, but the nausea continued. She would throw up every day or so until eventually, we went to see Dr. Hersch who realized she was pregnant” she told local reporters, visibly still under shock.

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Dr. Catherine Hersch was skeptical at first but further investigation led her to corroborate the family’s verdict
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“She had all the typical symptoms of a pregnant woman. It’s not the first time a young woman falls pregnant without the consent of her parents, but the girl seemed sincere when she said she had never had sexual relations with a boy, and she urged me to check her hymen, which I eventually did, and to my utter surprise, the hymen was fully intact. It is impossible she has been impregnated by male sperm” she assures.

“In my 26 years of practice, I have never heard once of such a thing as someone being impregnated by a vaccine, but I did some research and found out it is more common than most people think”.

The young girl and her family have decided to keep the baby regardless of the atypical situation.

“We are devout Christians. If God made this birth possible, then who are we to judge the how or the why?” she ponders.

“If Joseph and Mary had not given birth to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, where would humanity be today?” she asks, a tear in her eyes.

“We will soon have a new family member within our community, and it is a gift and a blessing”.

Vaccine pregnancies: a controversial subject

“Vaccine technology is fairly recent in history so we hypothesize how they work, but as in this instance, why do some women fall pregnant from vaccines?” asks Ph.D. student Alexa Goldberg, who is writing her doctoral thesis on the subject.

“There is clearly a necessity to study this growing trend and further research is needed. The scientific community must stop avoiding this highly controversial subject. If nothing is done, this tragic situation will only repeat itself in the future” she warns.

A similar case occurred in 2013 when 11 young girls in Mexico, near the city of Juarez in the state of Veracruz, aged 11 to 17, claimed they had fallen pregnant after being given HPV shots.

A moratorium was put on HPV vaccines for six months after Mexican health authorities claimed the “contaminated batch” was the root cause of the problem.

The United Nations estimates over 4,000 people each year fall pregnant to vaccine shots, but a 2012 World Health Organization (WHO) report concludes the benefits of mass vaccination campaigns worldwide are well worth the risk.

The medical clinic where the inoculation took place firmly denies any wrong doing on their part and claims the accusations are “absurd and improbable”.

FATHER ATTACKS MAN IN COURT ROOM WHO BRUTALLY MURDERED HIS DAUGHTER. DO YOU SUPPORT HIM?

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CLEVELAND — The father of one of three victims of Ohio serial killer Michael Madison leaped over a table to attack the defendant in court Thursday just minutes after the judge pronounced a death sentence.

Van Terry is the father of victim Shirellda Terry. Shortly before the courtroom incident, Terry had approached the podium to address the judge and speak about the impact of his daughter’s loss.

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“Right now, I guess we’re supposed to, in our hearts forgive this clown, who has touched our families, taken my child,” Terry said.

Terry then paused and turned to look behind him at Madison, who was sitting behind the defense table, before running towards the convicted killer and lunging over the table at him.

Cuyahoga County courtroom deputies wrestled Terry as Madison and others scrambled to get out of the way. The courtroom momentarily burst into chaos, as someone sitting in the gallery repeatedly yelled “No!” and someone else screamed, “Terry!”

Law enforcement officers dragged Terry from the courtroom. Madison didn’t appear to be injured.

Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Nancy McDonnell declined to clear the courtroom, and after about a 15-minute delay, the sentencing hearing continued.

The outburst happened minutes after McDonnell sentenced Madison to death for the 2013 killings.

The bodies of 38-year-old Angela Deskins, 28-year-old Shetisha Sheeley and 18-year-old Shirellda Terry were found in July 2013 near the East Cleveland apartment building where Madison lived. Madison told police he strangled two of the women but couldn’t remember killing the third.

Thursday, McDonnell accepted a jury’s recommendation that 38-year-old Michael Madison receive the death penalty. She could have instead chosen to sentence Madison to life in prison without parole.

McDonnell said the horrific nature of Madison’s crimes far outweighed evidence presented in efforts to spare him, including an abusive and chaotic childhood.

The same jury convicted Madison earlier this month of multiple counts of aggravated murder and kidnapping.

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Any execution is likely years away because of lengthy appeals. In addition, Ohio currently lacks supplies of lethal drugs, meaning it’s unclear whether the state can even begin a new round of executions, currently scheduled to start in January and stretching into 2019.

The discovery of the bodies in 2013 drew national attention to the possibility that another serial killer like Anthony Sowell had been killing women in and around Cleveland. Sowell was convicted in 2011 and sentenced to death for killing 11 women whose bodies were found at his Cleveland home. The Ohio Supreme Court is considering whether to uphold his conviction and sentence.

Madison’s attorneys never contested his guilt at trial. They instead focused on saving his life by presenting evidence that Madison suffered lasting psychological damage from physical abuse as a youngster. There was testimony that Madison was abused by his drug-addicted mother, a stepfather, some of his mother’s boyfriends and family members.

“This history of abuse and his dysfunctional upbringing certainly doesn’t excuse what happened here but certainly provides a basis for understanding the type of person Michael Madison evolved into,” defense attorney David Grant told the judge Thursday.

The case began when a cable television worker reported a putrid smell coming from a garage shared by Madison at the apartment building. Inside, police found the decaying body of a woman wrapped in garbage bags that were sealed closed with tape. The next day, searchers found bodies in the basement of a vacant house and in the backyard of a home nearby.

Prosecutors argued both at trial and during the mitigation hearing that Madison deserved to die because of the circumstances surrounding the killings.

A death sentence “will send a message to the community that the strongest possible sentence will be imposed upon crimes of this nature,” Christopher Schroeder, a Cuyahoga County assistant prosecutor, told the judge.

Madison was classified as a sex offender in 2002 when he was sentenced to four years in prison for attempted rape.