Being a foster parent to a kid is not easy at first. You have to worry about a million things, one of which is the environment around your home. But let’s forget about the challenges for a second. This can also be the most rewarding job you will ever do. Realizing that you are making a difference is someone’s life, is the greatest feeling ever. Karis Lewis, a foster mother from Portland, OR, states “foster care has been one of the hardest but absolute best things that we’ve ever done.”
Any person will be anxious at first when they bring home a foster child. What’s even worse is that there is no exact way of knowing if the kid is comfortable in your home. Kari’s mother, Sandi Swiridoff, says that being a foster grandma is a challenging task.
Sandi, some years back, adopted an Australian Labradoodle called Regan. When Regan was 11 months old, Kari adopted an 11-month-old foster child called Buddy.
Kari has been taking care of Buddy ever since. Both Regan and Buddy will turn three in the February of 2017.
Buddy and Regan are the best of friends now. Ever since they met one another, they have been doing all sorts of things together!
They dress up together, read together, and spend most of their time snuggling!
Their amazing friendship is clearly visible from all these pictures. To find out more about their life, watch the video below!
( h/t: Mashable )
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