Channel 4 was there when Abby was let out of surgery today... She's a young chihuahua who was given a second chance at life, thanks to the community and one local organization. We're told a good samaritan rushed Abby to the Jacksonville Humane Society, after seeing her being thrown out of a moving vehicle. Miraculously, Abby survived. And because of the humane society and the Jacksonville Fire Union, she is expected to go on living a healthy life. Channel 4's Ashley Mitchem explains in this POSITIVELY JAX story. 3 3 00-10 :29-:37 :54-1:04Meet four pound, one year old Chihuahua Abby -- who's lucky to be alive.She's recovering after being thrown out a window of a moving car.A good Samaritan took Abby to the Jacksonville Humane Society , where she was treated.Amy Pierce/Jacksonville Humane Society 57:06 Amazing I mean she was in this cast that were three times the size of her, her tails going she's spinning in circles Abby underwent surgery Thursday to fix her broken legs.She is doing much better... as for her medical expenses, they cost more than 25-hundred dollars.57:21 She's so resilient and so beautiful and her spirit is just gorgeous so it's amazing and we're just grateful for the fire department and for everybody who helped us to make this possible.The Jacksonville Fire Union heard about Abby's story -- so, they put together a drive to raise money for her medical bills. The Union collected a total of 900-dollars.What's more remarkable, is the amount of money the community donated-- 19-thousand-dollars.Randy Wyse/Jacksonville Fire Union 00:17 I'm sure they deal with that everyday people find a dog in the road just drop it off and really hope more people would start to give the humane society to take care of these animals that really need help.56:30 Please don't ever hurt an animal please if you are aggravated you don't know how to deal with an animal you can bring it to us you can also work with our behaviorist Abby will have an 8 to 12 week recovery and will be with her foster parents during that time.Then she will be put up for adoption.The Humane Society says they've already had a lot of people -- even from across the country -- put in a request to adopt Abby.AM C4 TLS.