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PULLMAN, Washington– First a cat rose from the dead; now, a dog has dug herself out of a grave.
According to KHQ, a pup named Theia showed up on someone’s farm covered in dirt and severely injured.
The 1-year-old was taken to Washington State University’s Teaching Hospital for care. The hospital said it appears Theia was hit by a car, then in a failed mercy killing, someone struck her on the head with a hammer and buried her. They say she dug herself out of a grave and went looking for help.
Theia is being treated for injuries to her legs, a dislocated jaw, and a caved-in sinus cavity. Despite that, the hospital said she’s still wagging her tail and giving people kisses.
She will need surgery. A Go Fund Me page has been started to help her.