Every now and then someone who saves a dog’s life experiences a moment that makes it all worthwhile.
For Kimberley Slown, that moment was Sunday night.
She brought home a battered dog named Niya from the Gibson County Animal Shelter in Trenton, Tennessee.
Abandoned by her former owner, the dog had completely shut down in her kennel. Slown, who has rescued hundreds of dogs through her organization, Arrow Dog Rescue, could see someone had hurt her.