Charity Webb, a 29-year-old Army Sergeant, had a heartwarming encounter with a stray dog while working as a cook in Europe. The poor pup had been wandering around the army base and eventually gave birth to adorable puppies, one of whom seemed extremely timid around the soldiers.
Webb instantly formed a bond with the shy little puppy who surprisingly warmed up to her. Unlike the other soldiers, Webb was the only one who could hold the puppy without causing her to cry or become agitated. Their connection was apparent, and Webb’s love for the adorable pooch only grew stronger.
Webb spent several weeks nurturing and gaining the trust of a stray dog, demonstrating to her that the soldiers would provide assistance rather than harm. Nonetheless, there were those who intended to inflict harm upon the dog, prompting Webb to conceal her from dog catchers who were swift in killing strays. While stationed in Europe, Webb and the dog, whom she fondly named Pup Pup, developed a deep and profound connection that could not be severed. As her deployment term neared completion, Webb feared for Pup Pup’s safety in her absence and the possibility of her being put down.
One day, she learned about Paws of War, a charitable organization that helps soldiers reconnect with the furry companions they looked after during their time overseas. This non-profit relies entirely on donations and had to wait until they received sufficient funds to bring the dog back to the United States, which costs an average of $7,000. The NY Post wrote an article about Pup Pup, and it helped Paws of War raise enough money not only to bring Pup Pup home but also to save another dog!
Webb and Pup Pup, who had been separated for many months, finally had an emotional reunion that touched their hearts.
As the van came to a stop, Pup Pup eagerly jumped out and began rolling on her back while wagging her tail in excitement upon seeing her new forever mom.
Observe their touching reunion captured in the video provided.