Lola, the senior Beagle, has forgotten affection and love until this woman came and could really appreciate her beauty.
Watch as Elaine Seamans meets Lola and pets her after a long time without love!
Lola is senior Beagle dog who lives at the Baldwin Park Shelter in California. She has a skin full of bumps that made it very hard to receive love and affection. Shelter staff described them as skin tags, but there should be more test done on her skin.
Lola is 14 years and along with the lumpy skin, her chance to be adopted weren’t big. But for Lola’s luck, Elaine Seamans was there. She is a kind woman who has a special interest in overlooked dogs. She notices them instead of ignoring them like people do.
Seamans works as a shelter volunteer and founder of the At-Choo Foundation. She knew that people only need to look past those bumps to know Lola by heart. Once she saw her, she wondered how to touch her with all these bumps.
Seamans compared petting her to reading Braille. The different way she comprehended with dealing with Lola made her want to know more about the lovely dog. Lola was very happy to feel love again since animal control officers found her on the streets on 1 December.
Lola at once started to wag her tail and Seamans knew that she was emotionally balanced and confident dog.
Seamans shared her story on Facebook. And on Wednesday, the Frosted Faces Foundation, an organization dedicated to finding homes for senior dogs, saved her from the shelter. The At-Choo Foundation, Seamans’ foundation, will cover all her medical expenses.
Now Lola needs our help to reach her to a loving family who will give her affection!
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