Stray dog ​​breaks into the Rescue looking for help

Paige Graham has 20 animals with special medical needs at her rescue, the Misfits Island Farm Sanctuary. She was no longer looking for rescues to take in, but instead, she was found.

One morning, Graham’s mother came out onto the screened porch of the farmhouse and noticed that the screen on the door had been completely ripped off. She thought that was weird — and then she realized there was a dog on the porch, hanging out.
The dog, later named Randy, was clearly looking for help but not quite sure how to ask for it, so he burst in to help. When he saw Graham’s mother, however, he got scared and changed his mind.

“He ran away, but came back hours later when I was outside with my own dogs,” Graham told The Dodo. “Honestly, I was a bit alarmed at first because I didn’t know if he was friendly, and I had a couple of my little crippled Chihuahuas outside with me at the time. I chased him away so I could let my dogs in and closed the door to my property. By the time I had put my dogs inside, Randy had already dug under my door and headed back to my property!”

Although he was a little nervous, Randy somehow knew the rescue was where he needed to be to get the help he needed, so he came back, and this time he stayed.
“It became very apparent that he had a wonderful disposition,” Graham said. “He didn’t seem to understand affection or belly rubs, but pressed his body against me every time I stroked him. I never heard him bark, he was so quiet!”

@isle.of.misfits A dog broke INTO our rescue! #straytoyay #fyp #founddog ♬ original sound – Paige @ Isle of Misfits

She assumed it belonged to someone because it seemed to have a collar on it, but when she saw it going into the neighbors’ trash cans, she wondered who it really belonged to and started asking questions. questions about this. She took it to different houses nearby, knocking on doors and asking if it belonged to anyone. When no one claimed her, she put up flyers around her neighborhood. She had a feeling he had no family but wanted to take whatever action he could.

Poor Randy was covered in fleas and had wounds that needed to be treated when he showed up for the rescue. Graham took him to the vet, where he received the care he needed and was also scanned for a microchip. When Graham saw he didn’t have one, she tried to find him the best home. She couldn’t keep it herself, but luckily she knew people who could help her.

“I filed a found dog report with the local sheriff and animal control office, and also posted Randy on my rescue’s social media, but no one ever claimed him,” Graham said. . “I’m currently building a ‘little house village’ on my farm to house the rescue animals, and I really didn’t have room for another dog when Randy arrived. Fortunately, one of my adoptive mothers offered to take him in. He absolutely fell in love with his adoptive mother, and she expressed interest in adopting him when his waiting period is over.”

Randy had been alone for so long, looking for someone to take him in and love him — and he knew the Misfits Island Farm Sanctuary was the right place he could go to find some love. ‘assistance. And, of course, he was absolutely right.

“I don’t know how Randy found my house or why he insisted on coming back, but I’m so glad he did,” Graham said. “I couldn’t be happier for him. He is the dog that deserves a loving home.”

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