Mon. Aug 8th, 2022

When Lauren adopted Falkor, a small stray dog, people thought she was either a goat or a pig. However, the kind woman felt that she had entered the animal lottery. The rescued dog looked otherworldly. Several people asked Lauren if Falkor was really a dog.

When the future owner found the dog, it weighed only three and a half kilograms. Lauren couldn’t tell if she was a puppy or an adult dog just because of her coat and how the dog looked. She volunteered to take some stray dogs to a shelter and found Falkor locked in a small room alone.

The little dog was aggressive and dirty and Lauren knew she could help the dog. So she brought the animal home and decided to make sure she got what she needed. But unfortunately, the vets assumed that Falkor was between 5 and 6 years old when Lauren took her. Now the little dog was between 12 and 13 years old.

Falkor was an albino, but she had neither the deafness nor the blindness of albino animals. The cute dog was very tiny and looked very gentle, but Lauren thought she was quite pushy. When Lauren found her at the shelter, she was very aggressive. Lauren had to put on a towel to get her into the stroller.

Falkor was still “aggressive in eating”, so the owner made sure that she was fed separately from other animals. Falkor loved Lauren and was a loner dog. Her favorite thing all over the world was french fries at McDonald’s. Unfortunately, after her toenails were trimmed, she only got a small piece from one fry. However, she is ready to do anything for this piece.

Falkor liked being around people better. Lauren thought the little one used to be around many dogs fighting over food. This must be the reason why the dog likes to stay with people. The dog kept a respectful distance from other pets of his mistress.

Falkor loved the massages and baths that her mistress gave her, and loved to relax in the sun. However, Lauren made sure she didn’t let Falkor rest in the sun for long, as she was an albino. The owner considered it an honor to have a charming dog in her life, as she was one of a kind.