Officers from Animal Control captured a pregnant Pit Bull and contacted a local rescue to take her in. The rescue wanted this pregnant sweetheart to give birth in a cozy environment rather than a frightening shelter.
Halfway There Rescue chose to provide Daya with sanctuary. However, Daya tragically lost her unborn children and had surgery for a severe illness.
Daya was able to recuperate, and everything proceeded without a hitch. She went on to recover while living with a foster family. Daya was now secure, but her children were still gone. The employees observed that Daya would bring in socks and toys and treat them as if they were her children, possibly to fill a need.
A actual puppy would fill the emptiness much more effectively. Enter Raisin. Raisin was a stray dog that Halfway There adopted after discovering her on the road. She required the removal of a ruptured eye and was in need of a mother.
The organization saw this as the ideal opportunity to fulfill Daya’s desire for a puppy to raise and mother. Daya and Raisin immediately developed a close relationship. Daya was the mother Raisin had never known, and Raisin was the child Daya had longed for. They held hands often and helped each other recover.
Together, they moved in with another foster family, where they would continue to recover. However, as they grew older, they began to drift apart. Probably because Raisin was now of age to make her own decisions. Almost immediately thereafter, Raisin’s foster family wanted to adopt her! Charlie is now Raisin’s older dog brother, with whom she gets along splendidly. Her parents credit Daya for teaching her how to interact with other dogs.
Daya continued to reside with her original foster family, who ultimately opted to adopt her! Daya now has an anxious canine sibling, but she does her best to assist ease his fears. They are two of the best of friends. Daya and Raisin contributed to each other’s current success. They both like their new houses and are living the happiest lives imaginable.