A blind puppy rescued from a hoarding situation in Texas last month can see for the first time, thanks to surgery he received for his juvenile cataracts.

Dr. Lynsey Wanger performed the $4,000 surgery for free, but donations poured in to the Austin Humane Society when news of Danny's miraculous surgery broke.

Thanks to the generosity of dog-loving strangers, Danny's post-surgery costs are covered and the AHS is able to help other dogs in need.

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