People who have taken in rescued animals as pets are more likely than others to be firm believers in the concept of love at first sight. When they come across a fluffy puppy or a gorgeous cat, it is the moment when they want nothing more than to take it home with them. Because they are certain that this feline or canine will be an excellent addition to their household.
Heyemilie is a motorcycling enthusiast who just returned from a vacation with her partner that took them from North to South Carolina. They were on the move when they came across a really unusual hitchhiker along the route. At first, they believed it to be a black plastic bag that had been discarded by someone on the road. However, when they came closer, they saw that the plastic bag was really able to move! It turned out to be a little dog scurrying about on the road, and when they became aware of her, she was approaching their bike.
Before the pair realized that the dog had run away from a yard in the area, they made an urgent stop to assist the little dog and offer it some assistance. The backyard is, in point of fact, a sanctuary for stray dogs, and the young puppy is the offspring of one of the rescued strays.
Heyemilie is certain that it was love at first sight, despite the fact that her partner has a firm policy that states “no pets” When the boyfriend saw that his spouse was paying all of her attention to the black fluffy man, he rapidly changed his mind. He did not show any reluctance as he placed the little dog on his lap and proceeded to give her some much-required pats.
“Right immediately, she turned into a tough biker dog. We decided to call her Roadie, after the road dog.
The “no pets” rule that Heyemilie’s boyfriend had wasn’t really enforced since he enjoyed being referred to as “Doggy Dad.”
Her new mother is not an exception to the rule.
Roadie, on the other hand, adores the sound of motorbikes, in contrast to other dogs who may get easily frightened by it.
“There is no denying that Roadie has developed a fondness for the roar of motorbikes. When they pull up, you should see her tiny tail go berserk like a mad person.
The small companion is now well-acquainted with the world thanks to all of their recent adventures. Her new human father has taken her on a wide variety of exciting adventures around the United States.
Roadie is seen here swimming in the Hudson River in upstate New York.
An old saying attributed to Heyemilie goes as follows: “You think bikers are huge and nasty until you place a dog in front of them.”
Going camping with a guy who has a “no pets allowed” rule.
Heyemilie is reveling in the joy of falling in love for the first time thanks to her new pet.
“Roadie has become such an integral part of my life that I cannot even begin to fathom what it would be like without him.”