Dog Rescued A Year Ago Still Hugs His Mom Every Day When She Gets Home
Meet Kylo, a rescue dog that is so thankful to have been rescued from a shelter that the moment his human mom walks into their home, he just wants to snuggle and hug her. Meghan Sweers, Kylo’s new owner, told The Dodo, “As soon as I sit down to take off my shoes, he crawls onto my lap to be cuddled.” “If I don’t sit down for our cuddling time, he follows me around with the saddest, most pitiful expression on his face until I cave in and take him in my arms.”
Meghan Sweers, Kylo’s new mom, told The Dodo, “We spotted his photo on Facebook and reached out.” “I believe he was always intended to be with us; it simply took us a while to find him!”
Sweers and her husband already had another dog, a tiny corgi named Nellie, so they decided to give Kylo a trial night to see if he would get along with Nellie. Kylo was driven four hours to his potential family’s home by a rescue volunteer, and they felt it was meant to be from the moment he arrived.
“He crawled into my lap, nestled his head under my chin, and started snoring like a chainsaw as soon as they departed,” Sweers recounted. “My husband and I both knew he was staying with us from that point forward!”
Kylo instantly became enamored with his new home; the only issue he had was with the hardwood floors, which his family remedied by laying down some rugs to make the pup feel more at ease.
Sweers explained, “He navigates the home by jumping from rug to rug.”
Kylo simply wishes to be loved. He never goes a day without kissing and hugging his mother. He is unmistakably a son of his mother. Every night, he stands in front of the door, waiting for his adoring mother to return.
Sweers explained, “As soon as I sit down to take off my shoes, he crawls into my lap and demands to be held.” “If I don’t sit down for our cuddling time, he follows me around with the saddest, most pitiful expression on his face until I cave in and take him in my arms.”
“After spending time with him, several of our family members who were previously prejudiced about bully breeds have changed their minds,” Sweers added. “He persuades people a little too easily… by crawling into their laps and falling asleep.”