The dog was sad and depressed. To make matters worse, people kept taking young dogs and always ignored them. Volunteer Sylvia Ferreira took Paquita under her wing and looked after him for two years.
But nobody knew that Paquita was already at home.
It was difficult to photograph because the dog was still crooked and its head was facing downward. When employees finally receive the coupon, it is posted online for potential customers. They received a message from the woman that the dog was her son and that they had been looking for her for a long time.
The woman’s son, Ariel Navira, lost Paquita two years ago when he ran away from home, and thought he would never see her again. She was glad it could be his.
The next day, Ariel came to the dog. When Paquita was taken out, he hesitated, but still retreated a little. But that all changed when Pakita smelled a familiar scent.