Rescuers gave Froggy a bed and a plush frog toy for comfort and pleasure when he got to the Humane Society of Broward County.
It was the first time Froggy had ever received his own toy, so he was in awe. He enthusiastically seized his new pal and would not let go.He whimpered with delight for hours while carrying his plush frog in his mouth, according to Susan Leonti,
a digital marketing consultant with the Humane Society of Broward County.One of the 4,000 beagles rescued this past summer from a cruel Virginia breeding facility is named Froggy. Along with 120 other shelters and rescues, the Humane Society of Broward
County volunteered its assistance in finding new homes for pets.The beagles had only numbers tattooed on their ears when they arrived at the shelter, according to Leonti. “When we got to Froggy’s kennel, he was holding a stuffed frog in his jaws that he wouldn’t let go of.
We chose to name him after his cherished toy since we were so moved by his response.Froggy used his stuffed animal as a pacifier. Rescuers would frequently discover him in his kennel holding it between his teeth.
Froggy was glad to switch out the plush toy for a different one on days when the toy was being washed, but as soon as it was finished being cleaned, he swiftly went back to his preferred frog.Eventually, Froggy headed for his forever
family and departed the humane organization. The timid puppy gained self-assurance and developed into an enthusiastic, athletic firecracker. Froggy has subsequently come to the realization that there is so much in the world for him to enjoy and is no longer concerned
about it being taken away, despite the fact that he was initially sent home with his toy for solace.Froggy no longer needs to worry about being alone because of the commitment and help of so many animal lovers. Previously, he was scared of losing his one small comfort item.