About 7 months back, we came to the aid of a woman who was being detained by Kern County Mental Health for vagrancy. She had a old Miniature Pinscher with her and she didn’t want to part with her dog, named “Precious.” We finally convinced her to do so, reinforcing the fact that we would take great care of her and return Precious when the time was right. After many months of treatment and some friends to help her get back on her feet, we were able to return Precious to her owner-a really great story in the long run.

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a happier, more grateful woman than when I returned Precious. The only reason that we were able to help in that case was because we had a dedicated omni-awesome foster named Erin who took on the responsibility of Precious. We need more fosters like Erin, in fact we need more fosters-period!

 

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