She was left all alone in acres and acres of land.
Animals have feelings too, and it’s devastating how a lot of people seem to forget that.
Owning a pet is a privilege, not a game where it should be easy to give them up and leave them. For these animals, their humans are their worlds, so just imagine if they find themselves suddenly abandoned?
Animals get hurt too.
It broke Julie’s heart to see Kita this way.
“Eventually, I picked her up and I put her on the couch,” she recalled. “Four or five days in, she jumped up and laid right next to me, and I started crying.”
Kita’s first few days brought home a rollercoaster of emotions, so when she started showing signs of feeling safe, Julie couldn’t help but be grateful.
“Seeing her going from the sad, wet puppy who was caught in a crate to cuddling on a couch, accepting love, and asking for love. It’s amazing,” she added.
Slowly, she healed.
After two weeks of fostering Kita, they were able to find her forever family. Kita is now in her forever home where nothing in the world would make them leave her.
According to her new family, Kita struggled when they first took her home. She was hiding and was hesitant to allow anyone to touch her.