Kathy Radovich is a nurse at Family PetCare in Fort Worth, Texas, and her love of animals knows no bounds - especially for one pooch, CBS 11
One day, she noticed a malnourished pit bull left near her trash cans. She had feared the worst, and had called animal control to come remove the dog, but her son realized the pup was still alive.
Radovich rushed him to the hospital where she works so doctors could immediately begin treatment.
The pit bull has since been named Bones, and is making a miraculous recovery. He has gained seven pounds since he entered the hospital, and is being doted on by all of the doctor and nurses.
"He's got his tail a-going," she told the news provider. "He's just so sweet!"
The hospital is working with several animal rescue
groups to help find Bones a loving home.
Every year, six to eight million pets are cared for by rescue shelters in the United States, according to the Humane Society.