Grogu was a french bulldog that was rescued from a breeder. His rescuer wanted him to be in foster care so that he could be closely monitored. That rescuer then reached out to an experienced foster mother, Catie. Catie happily agreed to foster Grogu.
Grogu was about seven weeks old and less than a pound when Catie got him. She also noticed that he had an enlarged head. The doctor informed Catie that there was an accumulation of fluid in Grogu’s head. This meant that Grogu was hydrocephalic.
The doctors told her that he might not grow or even live long, but Catie was hopeful for Grogu to get stronger. She was also happy that Grogu got along well with her dog, Riven. Grogu may be tiny, but he never backed down from playing with his German Shepherd brother.
At first, Grogu was not even that playful and would not even bark. After a couple of weeks, when Grogu started to get healthier, he let out his first bark. It was the best bark that Catie ever heard.
Grogu was tiny, but his bark was loud. Catie always found it amusing. Riven found it amusing, too, which was one reason he loved spending time with Grogu.
Riven loved being Grogu’s big brother. The two got so close that it was challenging to let Grogu go, but Catie had to so she could save other dogs like him.
When Grogu was about four to five months old, he was healthy enough for adoption. Catie was thrilled because someone immediately adopted him. Grogu gained a loving family who would adore him.
His new family was willing to do everything to take care of him. After everything that Grogu went through, he deserved nothing less. He owed everything to Catie and his brother, Riven.
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