Marvel, who was on the cover of the last issue of the HUMANE NEWS, and was featured here on our web site, has been adopted into her "forever home".
Marvel was the tan pitbull terrier impaled on a fence in a Newark Park. Despite the horrors she suffered, from day one, Marvel showed a sweet calm disposition, loving everyone she came in contact with.
We had many who wanted to give Marvel a home but the Frank Family of Easton, Pa stood out. Tammy Frank said that Marvel's pictures just spoke to her. The family had adopted an American Bulldog from us in the past and also made the trip to see Marvel twice, bringing their female Shepherd to see if they would hit it off.
Marvel with her new buddy, Jacks (left).
And having a good time with Rilee
Marvel, now renamed Gracie, is doing wonderfully in her new home and Tammy keeps in touch so that we can hear about her progress. She is a total love bug, which we knew, and gets along well with her fur siblings.
Marvel with another new friend, Buddy, aka Boyd.
She is under a vet's care and will begin swimming soon in the Frank's pool to strengthen her leg.
Gracie has the sort of home she deserves with a family that appreciates her loving qualities.
Read about Marvel's rescue and recovery with AHS here.
And the pool where Marvel will learn to swim and strengthen her leg.