While on vacation in Savannah, Rebecca Lynch and her husband were there. On their way back from Georgia, the couple stopped by the side of the road. Rebecca realized that she wanted something more important to remember her trip with than the memorabilia people take with them on vacation.
The kid decided to adopt one of the neighborhood cats because the state where they live has many shelters for animals. A passenger with four legs can sit in the car without any problems.
Rebecca had learned about Lizzie, a hound that had miraculously avoided being put to sleep while preparing for such a procedure. The previous owners knew that Lizzie was going to be killed at the shelter, so they took her there when she was also pregnant. Along with all the disasters, the animal also broke its leg.
Rebecca concludes that this little animal needs a loving home and parents more than anyone else because it has been through so much. When she left her Georgia shelter, Lizzie slept happily on a blanket prepared for her in the backseat of the Lynch family car.
The dog was uncomfortable for the first few hours in the car, but he quickly realized that no one would harm him. The unexpected happened while they were driving: Lizzie gave birth. Perhaps she has finally accepted that these people will take care of her as well as the children, or perhaps it is time for her to become a mother.
As the dog’s new owner, Rebecca also tried her hand at being a midwife, helping the dog and taking care of its puppies.
Three puppies were born while Lizzie was going to the veterinary clinic, and a fourth was born at the front desk under the care of doctors. While traveling, two other children were born.
Although Lizzie and her kittens are healthy, they have to stay at the vet for a few days so the specialists can do a thorough examination. The family then made their way to their new home, where Lynches had begun to arrange things for the comfort of the mother and her children. The girl will position each puppy a great home as they mature and become stronger.