A dog named Snoop suffered at a very young age. She struggled for a while and almost gave up on life.
Thankfully, after months of hardship, Good Samaritans finally came and rescued her. Soon, she was under the care of The HIT Living Foundation, a nonprofit dog rescue organization in L.A., where she met Erica.
Erica is a huge cat enthusiast. She and her life partner foster rescue cats and kittens and they’ve been doing it for a few years now. However, neither of them had any experience caring for a dog. At some point, they agreed to give it a shot and signed up with the foundation to be dog fosters for the first time.
It took a little while before Erica heard back from the group. When she did, they told her about Snoop and she didn’t hesitate to give the dog a chance at a better life. She wasn’t really sure how things would go but something inside her told her that everything will work out just fine.
Snoop had chain marks on her neck so it appeared that she was chained up for a very long time. The left part of her body was stiff and almost immobile. She was dying and she needed immediate help.
Several weeks after bringing the dog home, Erica came to a realization. Snoop belonged with them and they weren’t about to let it go. So, she and her partner decided to make Snoop an official member of their little family.
After several weeks, Snoop started to feel better. She spent time outdoors and met people and other dogs. Surely, it terrified her at first. But with her new mom by her side all the time, she transformed into the confident and adventurous dog that she is now.
Unlike before, Snoop is no longer terrified of people. She now enjoys going to the park and taking walks around their neighborhood.
Despite all her sufferings, Snoop turned out to be a smart, gentle, and incredibly loving dog. She’s grateful for her new life and she pays it forward by helping Erica take care of their foster cats and kittens.