Normally, our Happy Tales are about rescued dogs that find new forever homes, however we had to make an exception when it came to Harley Henry. Harley’s owner, Rod, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis several years ago and is now in a wheel chair. Rod was facing a move into an assisted living situation that would not allow dogs, so he contacted RMCR to help place Harley into a new home. Harley never really assimilated into life at his foster mom’s home. He moped around and looked out the window, hoping that Rod would show up to get him. On weekends when he went to adoption events, he stuck close to the male volunteers, following them wherever they went and sitting in their laps. Then Rod called – he’d found an assisted living complex that allowed dogs and asked if he could take Harley back! As you can see, the reunion was touching. Harley knew within three miles of home that he was on his way back and was standing in the window looking for his house. All of us at RMCR fell in love with Harley and we are so pleased that he could be reunited with Rod. Best wishes for a long and happy life, gentlemen!
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