The 14-year-old youngster named Diesel is totally blind and comes from a rough neighborhood. He lived outside, chained up for the majority of his life, without ever experiencing the warmth of a loving home.
One day, everything seems to be about to change when a group arrives to “rescue” him. However, as they return to seize him in related circumstances, they prove to be just as nasty as the person who chained him in the first place. He changed into a bound, pointed version of himself. When Zoe Kharasch, the founder of Newman Nation: Senior Pets United, learns about Diesel’s situation, she rushes to help.
“When I said I was interested in getting him out of there, my audience or even some of my friends were dubious. They claim he won’t be able to adapt to living indoors and that he should be shackled, made “comfortable,” or possibly put to death, he said. Zoe sent a volunteer to pick up diesel despite everyone’s strong misgivings. The youngster had behaved admirably ever since the character first encountered him and during the entire incident in the car. He is grateful when he is eventually liberated since, without a necklace around his neck, all he wants to do is play with those nearby and win their love.