Pitbull Finds A Foster Home, Can He Abandon His Best Friend?
On a hot summer day, a young adult man stops by Rocket Dog Rescue in San Francisco. Merrill, a 3 -year-old pitbull , who wanted to become a foster parent for a rescue dog . But there’s one problem … Meryl has a best friend, and without him Meryl won’t leave the shelter …
Merrill has been at a shelter called Rocket Dog Rescue for a long time . He was lovingly raised by an organization that rescues dogs in difficult situations, abandoned or abused by their owners. Their ultimate goal is to find new homes for the animals.
However, Merrill has had a tumultuous past.
Merrill, along with other dogs, was kept in squalid conditions, was not fed, and was kept in a dirty kennel. Her only support is another dog. She is a Chihuahua who has spent many days in a cage with her.
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One day the dogs were released from their cages. Merrill was later taken to Rocket Dog Rescue along with a Chihuahua named Octopus, where they were to stay until the owner was found.
Were the dogs happy with Rocket dog Rescue ?
In Rocket dog Rescue the two dogs were always together. When the volunteers separated them, they immediately started barking and quieted down when they were reunited .
However, it’s time for the two to say goodbye.
When Meryl arrived at the shelter, it was quickly discovered that she had a dangerous urinary tract infection. Without immediate surgery, she could die from inflammation. The volunteers quickly took action and immediately took the dog to the operating room, where Meryl’s octopus seemed restless the entire time she was in the operating room.
After the surgery, volunteers put Meryl in a single room to speed up her recovery, but it didn’t work very well. The octopus became more and more restless and Meryl started moaning after waking up.
Will the two meet again?
The two cries won’t stop, so the volunteers put them back together. The octopus immediately snuggled up to Meryl’s side and never left. Volunteers said they were amazed at how much Chihuahuas valued their Pitbull friends.
The two cries won’t stop, so the volunteers put them back together. The octopus immediately snuggled up to Meryl’s side and never left. Volunteers say they were surprised at how much Chihuahuas valued their pitbull friends
And Rocket dog Rescue employees say it’s unimaginable that two dogs love each other . Could it be a problem? Maybe it’s time to intervene …
Employees understand that dogs often stick together after being together for a long period of time, so when a potential adopter comes, they inevitably have to take two dogs. If you don’t, you’ll feel sad enough to die.