Meet Billy, rescued by The Humane Society of the United States' Animal Rescue Team. Billy was used as a puppy mill breeding dog, left to rot in a cage when he was past his prime.
He had been locked in that cage for so long, the bars had rusted shut—but his life changed when his rescuer, Adam, pried the bars open and gave him a second chance.
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