Stepping out onto the veranda, Paige Graham saw that the mesh fence was torn, and a dog was sitting not far from the door. Paige runs an animal shelter, so the dog at the house should not have come as a surprise to her, only she did not know this dog. The dog was very thin, fear was visible in his eyes. The woman held out her hand to him, but the animal took this as a threat and immediately ran out into the street through a hole that it had made in the net.
In the afternoon, going for a walk with her wards, Paige again met the dog. The dog was sitting in her yard. The woman had to drive the dog away, because she did not know how she would react to her pets. The dog left, but soon reappeared on the territory of the shelter, using a dig under the fence, which he did himself.
Paige realized that the dog was determined to become her ward, so she took the leash and approached her. This time, the animal did not try to escape, but allowed itself to be put on all the “ammunition”.
The girl named the new ward Randy. He didn’t have a chip to identify his owners, but Paige was confident that a new home would be found for him quickly.
And so it happened. Randy conquered one of the volunteers from the first day and he took him to his house.