Ratty and Batty were found to be surviving in appalling circumstances since they had no safe haven, food, or water available to them.
To make it even more difficult for them, they had wires and ropes pressing into their necks, which had really been giving them a great deal of discomfort. The statement that the two canines had been constantly tied up outside and that their owners had disregarded them was corroborated by others in the vicinity.
They were fortunate enough to be saved by Sidewalk Specials and transported to the veterinarian to get treatment. Despite the fact that both dogs were anxious, their hunger won out over their fears, and the people who rescued them were able to win their confidence by offering them food.
They immediately severed the cords and ropes, which most likely made them feel a great deal better in the present moment.
After arriving at the animal hospital, they were evaluated, and the veterinarian determined that the animals had tick bite fever, mange, anemia, and inadequate nutrition. Batty also had an old break in his rear leg, which had been left untreated for more than a year and would, unfortunately, need amputation because of the length of time it went untreated.
Ratty and Batty, whose ages have been assessed to be close to two years, are now seeking the homes in which they will spend the rest of their lives.