Baby could never be made to understand that her people lost their home and how much it broke their hearts to have to give her up. Her people were going to be living in a shelter and she went to live with someone Baby's people really thought they could trust to care for her.
Trust can be misplaced unknowingly, and Baby's caregiver did not have her best interest at heart. Dog food dropped off for Baby by her people was sold and Baby was fed bones instead. Baby was also being physically abused.
Baby's "safe haven" lasted all of two weeks. Once her people found out what was happening, they took her back. Still homeless themselves, Baby's people left the shelter, choosing to stay on the streets with her for the next few days while they networked for a place for Baby to go. Another less than good situation was found, which was only supposed to be for a night or two while Baby's people got in off the streets for a couple of days.
Fortunately, all the networking paid off, and Baby was picked up that first night by Twenty Paws to Share and subsequently placed in an available foster home.
After some bumps in her road, Baby is safe and comfortable, but yearns to have people of her own again. She loves adults, children and other dogs. She is well mannered, playful and would fit in to almost any home.