If I were a rich man I would save all the children and puppies from never feeling lonely or sad again, but that’s just me. I can’t go to dog shelters I would have 28 dogs living at my house and Regan would have been one of those dogs at my house! Regan, a 4-year-old dog, found herself in a shelter after her owner recently died. She seemed scared and confused in this new place.
Kim Rezac had been at the shelter working with survivors of dogfighting busts. She spent three days earning Regan’s trust.
It got to the point that Regan would wag her tail and seem excited when Kim was there, in a way she didn’t with anyone else. Kim decided to take Regan home as a foster until she could find her a family of her own.
You could tell she was scared and afraid. I would go in and give her treats and sit with her and talk, But I hated for her to be there if she could be curled up on a couch at my house. This would be why I couldn’t work in a shelter!
Regan held Kim’s hand in the car during the entire drive home to Tennessee, all 2 1/2 hours of it.
I think she felt secure in touching someone familiar, She was so nervous and scared in the shelter but as soon as she jumped into my car she seemed so grateful.
Relax, Reagan you are home now!