Blind Dog Finds New Home at Minor League Baseball Stadium



Isotopes new Mascot Blind Dog


Stevie Wonder, a 6-month-old German shepherd mix, was adopted by the Albuquerque Isotopes pitcher John Ely, who met the pup when the team volunteered at Watermelon Mountain Ranch, an animal shelter in Rio Rancho, N.M. The players were instantly taken with the dog and decided to give him a home at Isotopes Park.



Shelter workers said Stevie was a victim of abuse and was found wandering the streets. One of his eyes was so badly hurt that it had to be removed immediately, and his other eye was so infected that it had already gone blind, so veterinarians removed it as well. Ely says that Stevie will eventually move to Chicago with him, but for now Stevie will make his home at the ballpark and enjoy his fame as the Isotope’s official mascot.






Comments

  1. Amy Orvin says:

    I am soooo happy to hear that little Stevie has such a great new life. He looks really loved and he will have a great life as the mascot.God bless Stevie Wonder;)

  2. It is amazing how the other senses take over in blind dogs. My dog is blind now and does quite well. Good luck to Stevie Wonder.

  3. Katherine G says:

    That is so sweet.

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