Sick dog and her puppies waited in the shelter for someone to finally notice them

When Heidi and her four puppies were found living on the streets of Dallas, they were in a horrid state. They were all extremely thin, infested with worms and covered in a severe case of scabies. The canine family was taken to a local shelter, but unfortunately, one of the pups couldn’t survive the first night.

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Poor Heidi was sick and weak, but she still did everything she could to comfort her puppies. The shelter knew that the small family needed help and specialized care. So they talked to Dallas DogRRR.

“The shelter’s rescue coordinator contacted me and sent me a picture where all the babies were piled on their mother,” said Patti Dawson, president and executive director of the Dallas DogRRR. “They were afraid and their mother protected them. The image speaks of the unconditional love of a mother.

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Knowing that the family could not survive without her help, Dawson took all of them to her home, temporarily. The four pups were called: Heidi Klum, Cheryl Tiegs, Elle MacPherson and Cindy Crawford.

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The puppies needed care 24 hours a day, and poor Sheidi was constantly crying for attention and for all the pain she was dealing with. Fortunately, after being seen by a veterinarian, Heidi and her puppies began to feel much better and began to come out of their shells.

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Everyone is getting better

Eventually, they were moved to a permanent foster home. Now the puppies are becoming more and more playful, and Heidi has become the sweetest and most loving dog ever.

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“She really came out of her shell,” Dawson said. “She is the sweetest pup and wants to stay by your side. The puppies are doing great; they lost a little weight after being dewormed but their appetites have increased, and their skin is slowly getting better.”

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Luckily, the loving family had a second chance in life. Share this incredible story with all your friends and family!

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