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Eden lived on the streets for a while, and she wouldn’t let anyone near her. It was raining and cold, and I knew that the only way I would be able to save her is by using the element of surprise.
I left the camera in my car because it was raining, and I searched the area. As I was walking up the street, I noticed her hiding inside the garage, and kept walking so she wouldn’t worry about me.
My assistant, Lisa Arturo and Julie Maigret who fed her for weeks grabbed the soccer net I had in my car, and I instructed them how to block the way out of the garage.
We moved quietly, but Eden spotted us, and bolted out of the garage. Luckily, I was fast enough with my Gentle Snare, and I got her by the waist. Eden screamed, and at the same time, Lisa and I fell on the ground! I had a T-shirt covering my camera (to protect it from the rain), so it covered the lens for 5 seconds, but I managed to save my camera and not let Eden go.
We took our time and allowed her to relax a little… these were stressful moments for all of us, but slowly we were able to gain her trust. We decided to get her into a crate for her own safety, and at the hospital she started to relax.
She is now in a foster home, and waiting to find a family that will adopt her and love her forever.
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