ABANDONED DOG SURVIVES TWO MONTHS IN EMPTY HOUSE - “When in the home, we discovered a large hole dug into the sheet rock, which presumably was from Chance trying to escape.”
A dog, now named Chance, was discovered by utility workers in an abandoned house in Missouri. Chance was left with a few bags of food and somehow survived by himself for two months. He was taken in by the Great Plains SPCA and he has thankfully been adopted by a new family. Read more from the SPCA:

Poor Chance was left abandoned for TWO MONTHS in a house in Jackson County, MO by a family who no longer wanted him. Chance was left with only a few bags of dog food and other possessions the home owners decided to leave behind.He was found Friday evening by Independence Power & Light, who then called the Great Plains SPCA team. When in the home, we discovered a large hole dug into the sheet rock, which presumably was from Chance trying to escape. Neighbors confirmed the homeowners has been gone for two months and no one had been there since.We provided him with medical care and lots of TLC to prepare him for his new home. He is getting his second chance at life with a new family TODAY, and we are so very happy for him!

His former owners did a horrible thing by abandoning Chance, but now he will bring lots of joy to another family. Click here for the full story from the Great Plains SPCA (Photo from their Facebook page).

ABANDONED DOG SURVIVES TWO MONTHS IN EMPTY HOUSE - When in the home, we discovered a large hole dug into the sheet rock, which presumably was from Chance trying to escape.”

A dog, now named Chance, was discovered by utility workers in an abandoned house in Missouri. Chance was left with a few bags of food and somehow survived by himself for two months. He was taken in by the Great Plains SPCA and he has thankfully been adopted by a new family. Read more from the SPCA:

Poor Chance was left abandoned for TWO MONTHS in a house in Jackson County, MO by a family who no longer wanted him. Chance was left with only a few bags of dog food and other possessions the home owners decided to leave behind.

He was found Friday evening by Independence Power & Light, who then called the Great Plains SPCA team. When in the home, we discovered a large hole dug into the sheet rock, which presumably was from Chance trying to escape. Neighbors confirmed the homeowners has been gone for two months and no one had been there since.

We provided him with medical care and lots of TLC to prepare him for his new home. He is getting his second chance at life with a new family TODAY, and we are so very happy for him!

His former owners did a horrible thing by abandoning Chance, but now he will bring lots of joy to another family. Click here for the full story from the Great Plains SPCA (Photo from their Facebook page).