Adopting a dog is definitely a major life decision. However, some people simply don’t realize that they needed a dog until they adopt one. A woman named Nikki Delventhal is a great example of such.
Nikki is a well-known online content creator and considers herself a nomad. Nikki vlogs about her experiences and travels and have gained quite a number of followers on her social media accounts. She lives in her car and she loves exploring the country. While Nikki’s choice to live in a car may be unusual for most people, Nikki loves her life. It’s also how she met her travel buddy named Camper
Nikki and Camper’s friendship started when Nikkie and her mom were trying to find a hiking trail in New Mexico. While driving down a dirt road, Nikki and her mom spotted a dog that was following the car. They didn’t know if the dog had an owner but they did give the dog some food and water thinking that it must be hungry and thirsty. However, the dog didn’t stop following Nikki and her mom.
After the hike, Nikki let the dog hop inside the car. Nikki then took the dog to the nearest animal shelter where she discovered that the dog was indeed a stray. Nikki decided to adopt the dog and named him Camper who eventually became Nikki’s best friend and travel buddy. Camper was the perfect adventure dog. He would always accompany Nikki on her adventures and he doesn’t mind living in the car.
Before she met Camper, Nikki did plan on adopting a dog but she was waiting for the perfect moment. That moment never seems to come but it was when Nikki realized that she was finally ready to adopt a dog when she met Camper. Camper changed Nikki’s life forever. Thanks to Camper, Nikki feels a little less lonely when she’s out on one of her hiking adventures.
While some people choose the dogs they adopt, Nikki was chosen by Camper. Nikki couldn’t have wished for a better adventure dog. Camper doesn’t mind living in the car as long as it’s with Nikki. Here’s a truly heartwarming video telling Camper’s story and how he found his forever home.
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