Young Boy, Teacher And Janitor Help Find Forever Home For Puppy Named Snowflake

This is a story about a canine Christmas miracle.  Or how fate, in the form a caring little boy, a school janitor, and an animal loving teacher, intervened to change the life of a lucky little black puppy named Snowflake.

A kind-hearted school janitor was cleaning up on one cold December evening close to Christmas last year so everything would be ready for the students coming in the next morning. Then the janitor heard a knock on the front door of the school.

When he looked out the window all he saw a little boy with his back turned running away from the school. Not sure what to think, the janitor walked to the front door and opened it to see what was going on.

He was totally surprised when he opened the door and saw a puppy sitting there on the doorstep in a cardboard box.

It seems that a note was attached to the cardboard box. The note read:

“Sorry it didn’t have a home and it was cold so we were going to give it to you. Please do let it go find a nice home.”

The man’s heart was touched by the simple, sweet note, and he decided to contact a teacher who was known as a dog lover. Of course, the teacher agreed to take the puppy home with her and she named the happy go lucky puppy Snowflake.

However, it turned out, the animal loving teacher could not keep Snowflake, but she still wanted to make sure that the wonderful puppy ended up in a loving forever home.

So the teacher decided to contact a local animal rescue group named the Detroit Pit Crew Dog Rescue, and the group agreed to try and help the pup. Snowflake was transported from the teacher’s house and brought to a veterinarian for a check-up and vaccinations. Next, Detroit Pit Crew staff took Snowflake to their life

The good news is that Snowflake was adopted by her new owners on December 21, 2017, so she got to have Christmas with her new family. Detroit Pit Crew Dog Rescue posted an update:
“Hi, my name is Snowflake and I am happy to announce that I have officially been adopted!!”

The even better news is that Snowflake absolutely loves her new owners. The cute little puppy is doing great at her new home, thanks to a little boy, a janitor and a teacher who all wanted a better life for her.

Although we may never know the name of the thoughtful little boy who left the dog in the cardboard box at the school, it is for sure that he will always be remembered. Thanks to him and a few kind adults, Snowflake has found in a real forever home with owners who take care of her well and truly cherish her.

Source: Animal Channel
Photo: Detroit Pit Crew Rescue

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