Megan Rose and her boyfriend spend their annual vacation in the Dominican Republic. They are both avid beachgoers and would look forward each year to spending a relaxing time just chilling in the pristine beaches in the area. The two New Yorkers are also dog lovers, and they didn’t know the mission to rescue was upon them. They own two Border Collies named Rosie and Pharrel.
Take the dogs home
In one of their stays in a resort in the Dominican Republic, Megan and her boyfriend were sitting on the beach when Megan noticed a black creature lying on the white beach. She asked her boyfriend if he saw it too. It seemed like it was a dog that was lying motionless. At first, her boyfriend told Megan just to let it be.
But, with a soft heart for dogs, Megan stood up and approached the pooch. She saw that it was weak from hunger and thirst. So she went to the resort’s buffet and got some sausages. She cut them up and put them in front of the dog.
To her surprise, the dog did not eat them. Instead, the pooch took a piece and buried it under the sand; she did it with the other pieces as well. They soon realized that she was saving it for another time. After hiding the food, the dog, which they named Rumba, laid down next to their spot.
Rumba has a Friend.
Megan talked to her boyfriend, and they decided to bring the pooch back with them to New York. She instantly connected with the stray and knew that there was no way that she would leave Rumba behind. Then one night. Megan came out to give Rumba some food and discovered that she had a friend. She didn’t want to leave the other pup as well.
The next day, Megan started looking for a local animal rescue group to bring the two dogs to New York. She found one and left the two dogs there in the meantime. After two months, the two strays flew to New York, and Megan met them there. That same night, Megan’s friend went to her place and adopted the smaller pup named Papi.
Mission to rescue.
But because of her mission to rescue Rumba, she has a connection with the dog, and she decided to keep her with the family. Now, Rumba is best friends with her two other dogs, and they live in a very happy and loving home.
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