San Diego’s Cleveland National Forest is home to a lot of wild animals. It ranges from bobcats to bears. It is such a beautiful place for an animal to live peacefully.
One day, a Good Samaritan was watching the wild animals while walking through the forest. Suddenly she noticed someone is watching her from a distance. It was a pair of eyes and she was frightened and stopped in her tracks.
She thought she had spotted a wild animal, but it was not! She couldn’t believe her eyes! It was a dog!
She was sitting alone at the end of a narrow and dirty road. She was hiding behind the slope of the path so the woman can’t reach there. But the genius woman knew what to do. First, she set up a makeshift feeding station at the top of the slope to draw the pup’s attention to it. Hoping she would come out to eat. When she was done, the woman took the food away so that the predators wouldn’t follow her. Then the woman called Suzette Hall, the rescuer for help facilitating the rescue.
Hall set up a trap near the feeding station that night. She knew that the pup would be there for the dinner. But, when the two women returned to the forest the next morning, the dog was nowhere to be found. Hall decided to leave the trap overnight again and came back the next morning to check the pup. Finally, she was in the trap and she kissed Hall when she let her out.
She named her Trekker and bought her to the shelter. Staff members scanned Trekker for a microchip and found that she had been adopted just 4 days before her first sight. Her owner relinquished Trekker to the shelter who then released her to Hall.
Hall found a foster home for Trekker quickly so that she can stay there until her new adoption gets finalized.
She went from an amazing foster home to an amazing forever home finally! Her family members give her love and care with warm cuddles. Now she can just enjoy her doggie life happily!