Adorable cross Sally, is a true survivor.
Back in 2015 the abandoned pup was brutally shot in the head and legs by police in Tunisia.
Close to death, rescuers found her lying in the street and rushed her to an animal shelter.
Vets performed emergency surgery on the injured pooch, removing some of the bullet fragments from her head and legs.
Her head wound was so imposing and covered a large part of her skull, that she was lucky that her vital organs were not damaged.
Thankfully, plucky Sally survived and has now found her forever home with new owners, Tania and Ed Morris, who also care for four other disabled dogs.
But now Sally needs YOUR help.
During the harrowing ordeal, Sally’s front elbows were struck and fractured by bullets, leaving them unable to unfold.
Tania says: “Sally has been moved around a lot in the last two years, from Tunisia, to France and then to the UK.
“In all this time she has not been able to walk apart from shuffling on her back legs, and using her elbows to crawl along.
“Subsequently, her elbows are taking a lot of pressure and it’s vital we get her off them.
“We’re hoping to invest in a special pair of 3D printed legs to help her walk again.”
Despite her affliction, sweet Sally has a gentle nature and superb temperament.
Tania added: “After everything she has been through, we cannot rest until she has better mobility.
“She’s moving okay although she’s walking on her elbows where the skin is thin and gets sore and uncomfortable and there’s a risk of infection.
“We’ve being using makeshift pads to cover them for comfort and protection but they’re only temporary.
“She needs something more suitable and effective as soon as possible.
“She wanted to live and now wants to walk.”
If you would like to help Sally walk again, please donate here: https://www.gofundme.com/Prosthetics-for-Sally