Hallee Fuqua, a college student in Oklahoma, has no idea that she will get a very special present from her parents. She received Rambo, a dog she cared for from an animal shelter.
Hallee was a volunteer worker at their local animal shelter. She grew fond of one particular dog. She became heartbroken when she found out that the pup already found a new home.
A positive turn of events
She was so surprised to find out that her parents were the ones who took Rambo.
Although Hallee was so happy about the news, she was also equally upset because she couldn’t keep Rambo. She needed to be away from home to attend college in Stillwater, Okla.
Rambo became the king of the house a week after being home with the Fuquas.
A touching reunion
Hallee and Rambo’s reunion was caught on video. It showed how happy the two were. Rambo immediately ran towards Hallee as she sat down to hug him.
At first, Hallee couldn’t believe that Rambo is hers. When her parents told her everything, she felt really happy.
Lance Fuqua, Halle’s father, took Rambo to the Humane Society of Oklahoma, so Rambo gets everything he needs while her daughter was away.
At first, the staff mentioned that they don’t hold pets, but Rambo and Fuqua family’s situation is an exception. They decided to take her in, and they even developed a bond with Rambo.
When Hallee worked as a volunteer, she always sends videos of Rambo to her parents. That’s when her mother decided to adopt Rambo and make him part of the family.
Rambo thinks he’s a lap dog. He can appear strong and intimidating, but he just wants some cuddles, Lance explained.
After Christmas break, Hallee still plans to leave Rambo at Seiling with her parents. The reason is that she currently lives in a place which is not pet-friendly.
When the lease is up, Hallee mentioned that she would look for a new home where Rambo can stay with her.
She also plans to continue volunteering at the animal shelter. She and the rest of her family also want to ask pet lovers for donations to help the Humane Society of Stillwater.
Credits to GlobalNews for sharing the heart-touching video.