Adopting an abused pet can be a time-consuming process. When adopting pets from abused households, many questions arise. Blaine, an adventurous father, had brought home Penni, a mistreated pet, just before she was to be euthanized the next day. Penni’s quiet and apprehensive demeanor, on the other hand, never made her feel at ease with Blaine, despite his unconditional love.
For the past six months, Penni has avoided making eye contact with her father. Even when he came to visit, she refused to go on walks and appeared to be terrified of everything. Her time in an abusive drug house basement had taken its toll on her, and she would always curl up in a corner and appear depressed.
Penni’s life, on the other hand, improved when her father relocated from New Jersey to Las Vegas. He began taking Penni on treks, which proved to be the ray of hope she needed. She gradually emerged from her cocoon and accepted the passionate energy that resided within her.
Penni has finally found her ideal hiking companion in Dad, who is always up for a hike. Penni feels reinvigorated to live life again after escaping the cocoon of chilly weather in Michigan for warmer climates.
When Penni is outside, she is the happiest. Every dog owner is responsible for integrating his or her dog into the household, and Dad is well aware that Penni would do anything for freedom!