Seneca Krueger is no stranger to fostering dogs. In her abode in St. Paul, Minnesota, the woman said that she has already fostered around 40 dogs. For Seneca, each of the dogs she fostered has a unique story to tell. This is why Seneca always makes it a point to treat each of the dogs special.
However, Seneca’s view about fostering changed when she took with her a German Shepherd name Zelda. According to Seneca, there was something different in the pooch that she could not explain. But just like any other dogs that she fostered in the past, Seneca knew that Zelda is special.
Since fostering dogs is only temporary, Seneca felt bad when Zelda found her forever home. There was a tinge of sadness when the dog had to leave Seneca’s side, she admitted. But even with a heavy heart, Seneca could not do anything but accept her fate.
Little did Seneca know that Zelda felt the same way the human felt. When Zelda left Seneca’s custody, something was missing in the dog’s life. This is why after ten days in her new residence, Zelda left and began her journey back to Seneca.
The only problem is that it will take too long for Zelda to find Seneca’s home. It took the dog 97 days before she got reunited with her favorite human. But even if it took that too long for their reunion, the two were happy to see each other.
According to Seneca, there was a change in attitude on the pooch when she returned. Zelda became even sweeter and affectionate towards her human. With this attitude, Seneca felt very special and fulfilled. She said that Zelda is a living testimony that what she does as a foster parent is important to the dogs she had touched.
— BestDogBehavior (@BestDogBehavior) May 18, 2020
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