The adorable black and white pooch tossed out of a moving car on Friday is now named "Roady" for obvious reasons reported wsaz.com, but he miraculously survived the act of cruelty with no injuries.
A witness said it happened in the Big Ugly area. A report has been filed with law enforcement with information about the vehicle.
Roady was taken to the Madison Animal Hospital for a complete examination and then turned over to B.A.R.C. Boone Animal Rescue Coalition.
B.A.R.C. is a nonprofit organization made up of a small number of volunteers. They do not have a facility or shelter, yet they help to rescue dogs from local high kill shelters or dogs in the community that need immediate care - much like Roady's situation on Friday.
Most of the rescues are sent out of state to other rescues, however a few dogs are made available for adoption at local events.
Check B.A.R.C.'s Facebook page by clicking here and follow the location of adoption events. Little Roady is patiently waiting for his new home along with Trigger and Lil Mary who are also available for adoption. On Friday afternoon, the positive comments and gratitude brightened up the page. One person posted the sentiments of many animal lovers and advocates by stating:
"I'll never understand how someone can do such a hateful and mean thing to an innocent animal. Makes me heartsick. I am so grateful for the people who scooped him up and brought him to safety! Such a sweet little face. Love to Roady!"
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