Jennifer, who has a soft spot in her heart for animals, had just saved a litter of strays. The kind lady was aware that the mother had to be present in the area in some capacity. Therefore, she took her older dog with her and went outside every day in order to look for the mother dog (later named Winter).

So, one day when she was driving, the elderly dog walked about and seemed quite agitated. He sniffed here and there. At that point, Jennifer stopped her vehicle and arranged a large quantity of food on the ground. Despite this, the poor mother dog was shaking with fear. Approximately 20 days later, Jennifer was able to save the dog with the assistance of a local rescuer who assisted her in setting up a trap.

The kind lady couldn’t contain her joy as the mother dog fell victim to the trap. She felt a sense of relief upon learning that they had located the mother. Earlier, she was unable to find a suitable home for the pups and was forced to give them to the animal rescue group.

Jennifer had the intention of retrieving the pups and reuniting them with their mother. However, the pups were taken in by the rescue group and adopted. So that Winter would know that her babies were okay, Jennifer set up a FaceTime conversation for her with one of the puppies so that she could reassure Winter. However, the mother dog was wary of the people when she first arrived at the foster house where she was being cared for.

On the other hand, Winter started to feel more at ease as she continued to spend more time with Jennifer after they began dating. She had the impression that she was adored, therefore she behaved like a huge baby. After a period of three weeks, Jennifer acclimated the mother dog to the company of her other animals.

Coco, the Labrador, was completely smitten with Winter, and Maggie, the cat, was green with envy over their relationship. Despite this, Winter never shown any symptoms of hostility toward her brothers, and before long, the whole family became close and enjoyed spending time together.

Jennifer had the desire to adopt her, but she was aware that Winter would be happier in a home with more room. Because the foster mother did not have a backyard, the mother dog needed a significant amount of space in which to run about and play. Therefore, Jennifer was successful in her search for a suitable abode for the lovable canine. Now, Winter is part of a wonderful family that loves her very much.

By Elen

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