3 3 help today.stepping in to We have a positively Jax story for you this morning-- a one year old chihuahua is getting a second chance at life thanks to the community and some local organizations. 3 3 Abby underwent surgery yesterday morning and is doing great BUT her medical care is expensive.Jacksonville Fire Rescue heard about Abby's story -- and instantly knew they wanted to help. They pitched in the first $500 and have now received over $1,000 from the community -- all going towards the good health of Abby the chihuahua. 3 :00-:10:33-:38:56-1:03SOT - 0234 it will be an 8-12 week recovery but at the end she will be able to run jump play like any other pup TRACK - Meet 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 on Saturday. A good samaritan saw it happen and took Abby to the Jacksonville Humane Society where she is being treated for her injuries. She underwent surgery Thursday morning to fix her broken legs -- and has been through a lot -- but Amy Pierce with the Humane Society says she is such a fighter.SOT - but throughout it all she has not lost her spirit for a second she's still loving and loves people and a resilient little animal TRACK - The Jacksonville Fire Rescue Department heard Abby's story and wanted to help. They put together a drive to raise money for her medical bills. Randy Wyse with the Fire Union says they save animals, not just people, from fires -- and they're near and dear to their hearts.SOT - 0713 we have a connection with dogs in the fire service with search and rescue dogs so were working with them a lot and something we felt like we could help TRACK - Both organizations think they will ultimately raise more money than Abby needs -- and that money will go to good use.SOT - 0210 we have hundreds of other animals who come in throughout the year who need extensive medical care have been abused so we will be able to provide for them as well 3 Abby will have an 8-12 week recovery and will be with her foster parents during that time. After that she will be put up for adoption. The Humane Society says they've already had lots of people -- even from across the country -- put in a request to adopt Abby.