A female dog always comes to a cafe: Dulci Barbosa is the owner of a café in Brazil. Due to the mandatory quarantine due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the woman was forced to close her business. But that didn’t stop her from continuing to serve food to a very special cafe patron; a nice little homeless dog who comes every day in search of food.
The adorable dog, named “Deneres”, started frequenting the cafe during the pandemic. Dulci is an animal lover and has 3 rescued dogs at home. Unable to take the dog home, she made sure he always had a plate of food and a full stomach.
Dulci told The Dodo:
“She was never hungry. I was the only person she could count on.
A dog goes to a cafe every day in search of food.
For the helpless dog, the woman was not only her source of food, she was also her favorite person and the one she could trust the most. A few days ago, Dulci was able to reopen his café and Deneres was one of his first customers; the little dog happily wagged his tail to greet his friend.
The woman did not know where the dog spent her nights, but she could see that she was nursing a litter of puppies which, thanks to the kindness of the woman, indirectly benefited from the food their mother received each day.
A few days ago, Deneres felt comfortable and confident enough to introduce the little ones to her new friend. After breakfast, she indeed took Dulci to meet her babies.
The woman expressed:
” I am very happy. Now we have to save them and get them adopted.”
For now, Dulci brings food to the mother and her young. She knows how difficult it can be to find a home for the puppies and the mother, especially in the area where they are.
Dulci is doing everything she can to make sure a permanent place is found for this little family, where they can be safe and never be in need again. She feels committed to the dog and her puppies and wants to find them a forever home where they will always be safe; she thinks they deserve nothing less than that.
“I have already launched campaigns to have them adopted. We will do it. I’m sure we’ll find a home for them.