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When the abandoned dog came in, he couldn’t stand or lift his head. Within a day, shelter workers had him walking and wagging his tail, LifeLine said in a news release.
Workers named him Benjamin.
It wasn’t immediately clear if police were investigating the case.
LifeLine took Benjamin’s story as an opportunity to sound the alarm again about the overflowing shelter.
“We are in crisis mode,” the agency said in the release. “We are urgently seeking emergency fosters and adopters.”
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Channel 2's Lauren Pozen reports.