Meet Jane, a border collie mix who is now 6 years old and whose life has been fraught with difficulty almost from the moment she was born. After spending her first few hours of life as a stray in 2017, she was picked up by the Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana (HSNWLA), along with her mother and her siblings, just a few hours after giving birth.

Jane, who was showered with a great deal of affection and care by the HSNWLA team as well as her doting mother, started getting stronger with each passing day. She had to stay at the animal shelter for a few months before she was ready to be adopted.

According to Sarrah Walton, a longtime volunteer at HSNWLA, who was interviewed by The Dodo, “Jane was originally adopted as a puppy in May of 2017.” “Her family had a lot of affection for her.”

The little puppy was welcomed into the home by Jane’s new family, who were thrilled to spend the rest of their lives with her. However, as time went on, they came to the conclusion that Jane was not as relaxed as they had hoped she would be.

Walton explained that it was unfortunate that Jane did not get along with the smaller dogs that lived in the house. “They attempted to collaborate with her for a number of years, but in the end, they did the smart thing by bringing Jane back to us at the beginning of 2022 so that we could locate a family that was better suited for her.”

Meet Jane, a border collie mix who is now 6 years old and whose life has been fraught with difficulty almost from the moment she was born. After spending her first few hours of life as a stray in 2017, she was picked up by the Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana (HSNWLA), along with her mother and her siblings, just a few hours after giving birth.

Jane, who was showered with a great deal of affection and care by the HSNWLA team as well as her doting mother, started getting stronger with each passing day. She had to stay at the animal shelter for a few months before she was ready to be adopted.

According to Sarrah Walton, a longtime volunteer at HSNWLA, who was interviewed by The Dodo, “Jane was originally adopted as a puppy in May of 2017.” “Her family had a lot of affection for her.”

The little puppy was welcomed into the home by Jane’s new family, who were thrilled to spend the rest of their lives with her. However, as time went on, they came to the conclusion that Jane was not as relaxed as they had hoped she would be.

Walton explained that it was unfortunate that Jane did not get along with the smaller dogs that lived in the house. “They attempted to collaborate with her for a number of years, but in the end, they did the smart thing by bringing Jane back to us at the beginning of 2022 so that we could locate a family that was better suited for her.”

Jane soaked up all of the love that she could get from HSNWLA’s volunteers while she waited for the right family to come along and adopt her. She couldn’t get enough of their tummy scratches or kisses on the snout, but the stuffed animals in their office were her true passion. She couldn’t get enough of their attention.

Jane developed an unhealthy preoccupation with every stuffed animal she came across and quickly began to collect them. In the end, she would not travel anywhere without the two of them.

Walton remarked that “Jane adores her children.” “She enjoys nothing more than to cuddle up with them. The sloth is undoubtedly her favorite animal!

After being returned by her original family, Jane wound up spending the entirety of the following year as a resident at HSNWLA, but she wasn’t the only one. Jane was confident that she was loved because of the tender care she received from the volunteers and the companionship of the stuffed animals that were her favorites.

Jane was taken in by a kind-hearted couple named Sarah and Justin M. exactly one year after she had been given back to her original family. Jane’s friends at HSNWLA gave her a loving and joyous farewell before she left, and they made sure to pack two of her most treasured items: her sloth toy and a sloth blanket that had been made by a volunteer.

Jane waggled her snout the entire way to her new residence and carried all of her prized sloth possessions with her the entire way. Jane fit in perfectly, despite the fact that it took a while for them to finally find each other. Her new parents were immediately aware of the fact that Jane was destined to become a member of their family from the moment they met her.

By Anna

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