Mom Walks In To Find Her Rescue Dog Napping With Her Daughter

When Kristin Leigh Rhynehart walked in to check on her daughter Addison, she found her rescue dog Raven in the crib napping with her. It was so precious that she had to capture it on camera.

The moment was very cute, and she wrote, “That moment you can’t find your dog and you even go outside looking for him…only to walk in the house and find him snuggled up in bed next to your toddler.”

She added on Facebook, “People that say ‘money can’t buy happiness’ have never paid an adoption fee. 10 years ago, I left a rescue with this little guy, and I often wonder…who rescued who? I gave him a home, but he gave me so, so much more.”

You can watch the video below:

https://youtu.be/Ze3PFsJGuzI – View this video on YouTubeThat moment you can't find your dog and you even go outside looking for him…only to walk in the house and find him snuggled up in bed next to your toddler. People that say "money can't buy happiness" have never paid an adoption fee. 10 years ago I left a rescue with this little guy and I often wonder…who rescued who? I gave him a home, but he gave me so, so much more.Jukin Media Verified (Original)* For licensing / permission to use: Contact – licensing(at)jukinmediadotcom

Posted by Kristin Leigh Rhynehart on Friday, July 10, 2015

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