PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) — The two dogs that stayed with a Foresthill man who got stranded in the snow last month have been adopted.
Baby Dog and Buddy have both found new homes after their owner, David Deshon, went missing during a snowstorm. When the search crews found Deshon’s body, his beloved dogs were right there with him, loyal until the end.READ MORE: 5-Year-Old Boy With Cystic Fibrosis Recovers From COVID-19
David’s daughter Shona said as she grieved the loss of her father, she realized she just couldn’t care for Baby Dog with her busy work schedule. She wanted more for him and Buddy.READ MORE: Gov. Newsom, Lawmakers Reach Deal To Get California Children Back In Classrooms
Last week, her neighbor Lisa Lomeli adopted Baby Dog for her mom who lost her lab a year ago and just finished up cancer treatments.
“He will be so spoiled. There will be no other dogs in the house,” Lomeli said.
Buddy was adopted over the weekend in Placer County.MORE NEWS: After Lead Investor Backs Out Of MLS Deal, Sac Republic FC President Steps Down
A donor from Ohio paid for the adoption fees and supplies for both dogs.