Miracle Dog “Returns” From The Dead, Not Once, But Twice

The word “miracle” tends to get thrown around quite a bit, but that is exactly what happened to one special dog in Alabama. He was hit by a car and was at death’s door. Until something happened that nobody could have explained…

When this dog was about four-years-old when he was struck by a car near Ozark, Alabama. He had a broken leg, looming medical fees and no one was willing to adopt this “damaged” animal. Sadly, he was scheduled to be put to sleep.

When he was given the injection, however, he moved in an uncommon way, as if he knew what was happening to him and he was actively trying to do everything he could to fight it.

His body was completely still, and the animal control staff, thinking their work was complete, left for the night. They had no idea there would be quite the surprise waiting for them when they returned the next morning…

When they returned in the morning, the dog was standing and drinking water from a dish like nothing had happened. How on Earth can such a thing have been possible?

Everyone in the room was dumbfounded by what they saw. They named him Lazarus, after the character in the biblical story about the man whom Jesus brought back from the dead.

“I call him Houdini,” joked one animal control officer who’d witnessed the euthanasia attempt. Thankfully, Lazarus wouldn’t have to perform his “magic” trick again; the story about his incredible will to live spread like wildfire.

Lazarus’ story caught the eye of a woman named Jane Holston from Helena, Alabama. She was so moved that this dog, unwilling to accept his fate, was able to fight through both a debilitating car accident and a lethal injection that she decided right then and there she had to adopt Lazarus!

Lazarus now has a loving family and a new friend, Tucker! The fact that he escaped death not once, but twice, it’s safe to say that Lazarus is truly a miracle dog.

He’s so happy to be alive!



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