Dog Finally Gets A Forever Home But Runs Away Cause He Missed His Foster Mom Too Much

When a dog bonds with you, they will literally follow you to the ends of the Earth. With that in mind, you might want to grab some tissues because this dog/foster mom reunion will have you bawling your eyes out.

You’ve been warned.

So, one little dog named Geoffrey was fortunate enough to make the transition from his foster home to his forever home – at least it was supposed to be his forever home. You see, the problem wasn’t the forever home, the problem was Geoffrey was devastated to be leaving his foster mom’s home. The little dog had already bonded with her, so when he was placed in what was supposed to be his forever home, the transition didn’t go as planned.

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In fact, Geoffrey ended up running away from this new forever home in order to return to his foster mom’s. Unfortunately, he got lost along the way. And the worst part was, he also got hit by a car. But the determined little Geoffrey just soldiered on.

When his foster mom found out about what was happening, she immediately set out to find him. It took a while as she chased down every lead. Thankfully, one of the tips coming from a warehouse proved to be the lucky break she needed. And both she and Geoffrey were reunited at last.

Photo: Youtube / The Dodo

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