An abandoned dog rescued by a passerby after she was struck by three vehicles last month is now helping raise awareness for homeless pets.
Libby, a Labrador-pit bull mix, is continuing to recover after undergoing a costly surgery, which was paid in full by donations, to repair her broken pelvis.
On Saturday Libby will attend a pet food drive in conjunction with the Second Harvest Food Bank and in recognition of National Homeless Pet Awareness Month.
The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Two Rivers Veterinary Clinic located at 2614 Old Lebanon Road.
Libby is continuing to recover from her surgery and remains on bed rest.
Applications are also being accepted at the hospital for those wishing to adopt Libby when she fully recovers.
Two Rivers Veterinary Hospital continues to document Libby's progress on the hospital's Facebook page.
- April 29, 2013: Dog rescued from street begins healing after surgery
- April 23, 2013: Donations save dog hit by 3 different motorists
- April 22, 2013: Dog rescued after being hit 3 times, left for dead