Animals without homes started residing at the barn in 2015. The dog and cat arrived to a residence close to Novo-Talitsa and settled in a covered area.
The workers gave the new wards a hearty welcome. The cat and dog were fed and cared after on a daily basis. However, fortunately for the animals, the barn was practically coming apart. It was quite old and constructed in the 1940s. The company that owned this cow was in exactly the same situation. The entry was closed in the same year. People lost their jobs, and pets were abandoned. Only former employees of the organization prevented them from dying of starvation. They occasionally visited Barbados and Lucy and brought them a variety of gifts. Only very rarely did this happen; frequently they were unable to enter. Additionally, people who were calling made a toast for their friends. They hugged one another and fell asleep on it.
Despite the fact that a lot of people were aware of this couple, they had no urgency to offer them a home. The poor dog and cat, used to a good life, were shocked by such changes. Now they had to provide for themselves and escape the cold on their own. They learned to catch mice and rats for food, but it was much harder to battle the flu. Another test was in store for the animals on the eve of the New Year when the roof of the cowshed collapsed. The dog and cat were outside at the time of the collapse. This incident allowed them to survive. However, the animals were forced to relocate to an old wooden outbuilding and change their place of residence.
The old barn offered little protection from the cold if the cowshed was even somewhat insulated. The animals had no other options, though. The animals were given bedding by kind people to make them a little more comfortable. But how can this bedding protect against dangerous frosts? In such tragic circumstances, Lucy and Barbos lived for three years. At the conclusion of 2018, Lucy fell very ill. The story may have ended poorly, but a true New Year’s miracle happened.