As a substantial tempest thunders, hounds frequently end up gasping, trembling, and searching for a spot to cover up. Along these lines, when a safe house specialist, Shanda Antle, at Homeward Bound City Pound in Dartmouth, saw an approaching snow squall, she chose to remain back at the safe house for the night to help comfort the panicked pooches.
For Shanda, the sleepover was a cheerful choice to make. She, and different staff members, would frequently volunteer to remain back during awful climate. That way, if transportation ends up difficult to reach the following day, the mutts would in any case have somebody to depend on for their fundamental needs. Shanda went through her sleepover cuddling with Hawking, a keen safe house hound. They gorged on certain films at the front work area PC, before considering it daily and moving to the den.
In a Facebook post shared by the shelter, we see Shanda bunker down with Hawking on an air bed. The pair look sound asleep, even as ice pellets bombard the cold province of Nova Scotia, Canada.
The workers hope that Hawking, and other dogs in the shelter, find loving, warm and comfortable forever homes. In the meantime, they won’t shy away from another fun sleepover, if a snowstorm hits the city again!