Homeless German Shepherd mother screams for help 🥺
Today it's Mother's Day, and for me, it's the first one since my mom passed away.
My mom, Giselle, was born in Germany, so I named this German Shepherd mother after her in her honor. ❤️
Today we all celebrate moms - the ones who are with us and those who are not. The job of a mom is a tough one, just like it was for Giselle, who had given birth to 8 puppies out on the streets of Compton.
Giselle got to see five of her babies being taken away by people, and then she got to see one get hit by a car and die. The last two puppies, Ophelia and Philomena, never allowed Loreta Frankonyte or me to pet them... they cautiously approached to take food from us, and then they would retreat.
In cases like this, it is critical to get the most challenging dog first (the mom) and only then get the babies. As you can see in this video, we could have had the babies very quickly, but I couldn't risk spooking the mom and losing her forever.
On day 2 of this rescue, Loreta and I arrived in two separate cars; we brought ALL our equipment, spent a couple of hours setting up this rescue, and then it DID NOT go as expected!!! 😄
I don't want to share more because I want you to enjoy this video.
Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers out there ❤️❤️❤️