by: Gary Detman Updated:
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A tiny dog thrown from a moving car is on the mend.
Abby underwent surgery Wednesday night. Action News spoke with the Jacksonville Humane Society Thursday.
The organization said Dr. McNicholas from Affiliated Veterinary Services put two plates into Abby's shattered legs.
The dog is now recovering with a foster family until she's well enough to be adopted.
Since the story aired, the Humane Society raised more than $15,000 for Abby and animals like her who need medical care.
Jacksonville firefighters plan to present a check to the Humane Society on Friday. The money will go toward medical expenses.
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