When Kyro the Siberian husky was born, he and his littermates were in trouble. Their mother wouldn’t feed them for some reason — and they only survived because a kind soul named Amanda Tromp bottle fed them.
Although she couldn’t take home the whole litter, Amanda knew she wanted to adopt Kyro, a pup she had a special bond with.
When Amanda brought Kyro home, she was dating a man who was physically abusive and treating her as a “punching bag.”
“As if Mondays weren’t bad enough…” #NowIHateThemEvenMore 💧🚿🐺🚿💧 ••••••••••••••••• @kiro7seattle is coming this morning to meet Kyro and I in person. We’ll be doing filming today and will be on the News at some point (not sure what day/time yet) sharing our story. I’m very nervous, but excited to hopefully inspire others that were in/are in the situation I was. #PuttingAStopToDemosticAbuse 💪🎥🎬🎥💪
The husky gave Amanda the courage to finally leave.
Happiness is full of muddy adventures #MoreMudPlease 💦🐺💦
These two have an unbreakable bond. Not only that, but they saved each other’s lives.
“I tried to help my Hooman put up lights… she says I got a little too excited.” #ITriedMyBest 🎄🙀🎄
Amanda and Kyro have been through some hard times, but now they are embracing the good parts of life.