High upon cliffs overlooking the stunningly green landscape below, a dog was discovered alone and in desperate need of medical attention.
The dog was missing about half his hair due to mange and appeared to be caring for himself.
Filmmaker and animal rights activist Tim Gorski contacted local rescue group called The Maya Foundation (TMF).
The team from TMF brought the dog to their rescue center in Paro, Bhutan, named him after his rescuer, Tim, and began treatment.
They shaved most of his remaining hair off gave him a small red shirt.
That’s a trick many rescue centers use to not only keep a dog slightly warmer, but also to comfort a dog. Covering a dog’s chest can often provide a sense of calm for dogs in unfamiliar situations.
It wasn’t even two weeks under the care of TMF and Tim’s skin already looked smoother and healthier.
And now? Several days ago, Gorski posted a photo of the dog named in his honor.
Thanks to Gorski’s eagerness to help animals, Tim is furry and happy once again.
He’s currently living in Bhutan at The Maya Foundation’s Barnyard Animal Rescue & Sanctuary.