Humanity does not know its boundaries. When daddy’s job was relocated, his family and he needed to follow. The mom Mary and her three daughters Abby, Anna, and Alaina needed to find themselves something to keep them busy, so they found a meaningful way to spend their time – volunteering at a shelter with 4,000 dogs in Ankara, Turkey.
With so many rampant dog diseases, one of the deadliest is distemper, which causes neurological damage that leads to seizures and loss of coordination. Knowing that there was nothing to do for the dogs suffering from distemper, this family decided to act as a hospice for dogs. They took in dogs that were close to death, so that they could die in a decent peaceful place and not the overcrowded shelters.
One day they decided to bring home a litter of sick and dying pups. Then a miracle happened – Faith, the smallest pup, survived. Several of the dogs they took in died shortly after, but at least it was in peace and with a loving family. There was one little girl dog named “Faith” that defied all the odds.
She was the littlest one, always in a corner, but this little puppy was a real fighter. Faith shocked her family and instead of getting weaker, she began to regain her strength and weight. After months of nurturing, Faith became a happy, healthy, and very loved pooch.
Now Faith is an irreplaceable member of their family, so they will bring her with them back in America. Watching Faith with her new family, it is obvious that they are a match made from heaven.