Family Brings Home A Foster Child. But When He Meets Their Dog? I Never Expected THAT!

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Fostering little kids is not an easy job. If you don’t believe me, ask any foster parents you meet. It can be really difficult to create a suitable environment for the kid to adjust to. But keeping the challenges aside, it can be quite rewarding as well. There’s no better feeling than when you realize that you are making a huge difference in someone’s life. Karis Lewis, a foster mother from Portland, OR, says “foster care has been one of the hardest but absolute best things that we’ve ever done.”

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Anyone will be worried when they bring a foster child into their home. You cannot exactly know if the kid is comfortable with the new environment. According to Kari’s mother, Sandi Swiridoff, being a foster grandma is a challenging task.

Some years ago, Sandi adopted an Australian Labradoodle called Reagan. When Reagan reached 11 months of age, Kari decided to adopt an 11-month-old foster kid called Buddy.

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Buddy has been in Kari’s care ever since. Both Buddy and Regan will turn three in February 2017.

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Buddy had Reagan have already developed a close friendship. Ever since Buddy arrived at his new home, he and Reagan have been doing almost everything together!

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They dress up together, read together, and even spend time snuggling!

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You can clearly see the love Buddy and Reagan have for each other from the pictures. Also, check out this adorable video!


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