Travelers Rescued A Puppy In The Desert And Take Him On A Road Trip

Most people love to travel. Seeing different places and sceneries are one of the most beautiful moment to remember, and ofcourse, bringing your cameras or phones make it easier to capture those moments and some will even post it on their social medias and let other people see the views you just captured.

But one of the most unforgettable moments of the two grantees of National Geographic, Cedar Wright and Alex Honnold, is when they had an biking expedition in the dessert and found an abandoned puppy which changed their entire trip for the better.

They saw a black, very cute puppy which Wright sighted first.

“Sometimes you’re in the middle of nowhere and you gotta go, so you just pull off and pee behind a bush, I have to pee, so I just stop on my bike randomly in the desert, and all of a sudden I hear this whimpering sound, and at first, I can’t figure out what it is, and then I look, and there’s this little puppy curled up on an old tire hiding from the wind. I quickly realized that he had been abandoned.”

They decided to name the puppy, Sufferpup.

“(Sufferpup) went from being this shivering, close-to-D creature to being filled with energy, and his coat started to look all rich, and he really became this happy little puppy.”

They explained without Sufferpup, they wouldn't be able to experience an incredible journey and without them Sufferpup wouldn't be able to make it either.

Sufferpup was taken by Wright and Alex and found his forever home by a friend of theirs in Colorado which he was loved and cared like their own baby.

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