Donna, the lead rescuer of the charity animal rescue group Stray Rescue of St. Louis, took action the instant she learned that a homeless Pittie had given birth to eight puppies. She gathered all of the necessary information and discovered that the furry family was in the midst of the woods. However, when she found the dogs, she only met the mother and not the puppies.
Crown Candy, the mama dog, had swollen breasts and was feeding at the moment. The problem was that her pups had vanished. Donna had to do additional work to find them since she had hidden them elsewhere.
The rescuer was patient in winning the mother’s trust. She knew that if she acted recklessly, the dog might react viciously. So she fed the Pittie some delectable snacks and waited for it to lead the way to its babies.
Crown Candy quickly rose and moved immediately into a burrow in a perfectly concealed location, where she hid her litter. She was concerned about them and was hesitant to allow the rescuer to approach them too closely. But she finally chose to hand them up to Donna.
Crown Candy and her puppies stayed at the rescue center for about three days before going to their foster home. Stacy, their foster mother, was delighted to meet them finally. After all, they were adorable, so it’s no surprise she immediately fell in love with them.
The mother dog loves her puppies and does an excellent job caring for them. With Stacy at her side, she can give her puppies the life they deserve.
The puppies are becoming more mobile, and their mother teaches them to be self-sufficient. She walks them out of the room and lets them explore their surroundings while keeping her gaze fixed on them. But she’s still their mother, and she’ll do anything to protect them.
The furry family will stay with Stacy for a few more weeks until they are ready to go to their new homes. They will never be seen on the streets again till that time comes.