Volunteers from the non-profit organization Sunny Day Acres were about to transport two newly rescued dogs when Elsie, a homeless pregnant Bully, appeared. They weren’t equipped to save the dog, yet they lacked the compassion to abandon her. So they quickly placed her into their van and hurried her to the veterinarian.
Elsie was dehydrated, anemic, and emaciated, yet the veterinarians deemed her fit for travel. She moved from the streets of Tijuana, Mexico to the Sunny Day Acres rescue shelter in Santa Clarita, California. A week after receiving all the necessary medical attention, she gave birth to ten puppies.
The dog cared for her puppies as best she could. Soon, she would need to concentrate on herself. With the assistance of her rescue pals, she gained weight and began to gain confidence. When she was ready for a family, she met Sandrine and Chris, her adoptive parents.
The couple frequented the animal shelter, but Sandrine was more interested in meeting the canines. Chris desired that she select between the two options. But after seeing Elsie, he decided he had to participate in the decision-making process and wanted to bring Elsie home immediately.
Chris hesitated briefly before admitting that he had an instant connection with Elsie. However, he eventually conceded that he was infatuated with her, especially as she raced toward him and nuzzled her face into his arms and chest.
The pair anticipated that Elsie would struggle to acclimate to her new home. To their amazement, she joined them without hesitation. She adored her new surroundings and had no further requests.
Elsie is not particularly interested in being around other dogs, but she adores humans. She adores every person she encounters, and she craves their attention. If possible, she will spend the entire day canoodling with anyone.
Sandrine and Chris are thrilled to observe Elsie’s daily confidence growth. They believe that adopting her was the right choice, and they would not have it any other way. All that counts to them is that she feels the same way about them and that they adore her.
Source: GeoBeats Animals