She pointed to the doggy shaking in the back. My daughter wanted to meet her more
than any other dog at the shelter that day. She didn’t have a name. She stunk like mange and she
had snot running from her nose. And G said, “Mommy, that one.” She asked me to, [The dog] panicked and refused to walk
when we attempted to take her out. G took the leash and was so patient with her. I watched this fearful dog melt into G’s hands. She would not let my daughter leave her side. Wherever G went, she went. G wiped the dog’s runny nose
and goopy eyes with her dress. G repeatedly looked at me and said, G gave the dog hugs, kisses and even belly rubs. And G could have cared less how
badly this dog looked or smelled. I placed the dog back in her kennel
and she began to shake uncontrollably again…. but G refused to leave her.
She said, I realized once again how incredibly amazing G is. And she got her way, the sick dog got to go home. Scarlett is now at home and feeling much better. And she still won’t let G out of her sight.