우리. Army Sgt. Macintire, who is on his 15th deployment overseas, is recruiting help from the public as well as support from the nonprofit Paws of War to transport his adorable puppy, CJ, back home to his family in Utah.
Robert Misseri, co-founder of the Long Island, N.Y.-based Paws of War, told Fox News Digital that the pup’s rescue mission needs more funding before all steps can be completed. The group also divulged just how close to death this puppy had been.
“We have assured [Sgt.] Macintire that we would do everything we can 아니 to let him down or his family down,” said Misseri about the pup.
He added about the rescue mission and the animal’s transport, “It’s very expensive.”
Paws of War staff revealed to Fox News Digital that “things were touch and go” for little CJ at the start of the mission.
우선, the pup was “facing several health issues, including dehydration, and possibly poison[ing],” a staff member shared with Fox News Digital.
The pup’s “chances of survival were not good. She received several types of IV medications and treatments over the course of a week. 처음에는, she did not respond well — but after five days, when we thought it was going to be her last day, she turned the corner.”