This particular lady wished a canine so badly that when her dad and mom advised her she must graduate from school earlier than she might get one, she started volunteering on the shelter so she may very well be near them.

Oklahoma State College sophomore Hallee Fuqua cherished canines and was all the time begging her dad and mom to get her one for Christmas.  Regardless of her pleas, her dad and mom put their foot down, making it clear that she wouldn’t get a canine till after she graduated from school.

Eager to spend time with and assist canines, she started volunteering on the Humane Society of Stillwater.  Whereas volunteering there, she developed an in depth bond with a canine named Rambo.

Rambo was a Plott Hound combine that had been rescued from a life on the streets. He immediately fell in love with Hallee and commenced eagerly anticipating her visits to the shelter.  Hallee longed to undertake Rambo however knew she must wait till after she graduated from school.

Hallee’s dad and mom turned conscious of the particular bond that Rambo had along with her and commenced planning to undertake the canine as a Christmas shock.  They contacted the shelter they usually had been completely satisfied to assist.


The shelter advised Hallee that Rambo had been adopted and we are able to solely think about her happiness that he discovered a house, but in addition her deep disappointment over by no means seeing the canine she longed to name hers once more.

Her dad and mom couldn’t wait till Christmas and introduced Rambo residence and put some antlers on his head.  Her dad rang the doorbell and Hallee in her pajamas answered it.  Each canine and lady had been shocked to see one another however it solely lasted a second.


After the preliminary shock, Rambo rushed into Hallee’s arms and he or she collapses in completely satisfied tears of pleasure!  The most effective Christmas shock ever and Rambo and Hallee are overjoyed with happiness!

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