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In a follow-up video, Abigail provided more details about Loki, and explained she works in a shelter where he came in.
“He was really sick, he was on anti-nausea medicines and everything like that and he needed somewhere to go home because he couldn’t stay at the clinic all the time. He was too sick to go back to the adoption floor."
She explained how her husband agreed that they could foster him "as long as you don't get attached."
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“But I did get attached and I did want to keep him,” Abigail added, noting how Loki got on well with her other dogs and her son, as well as already being housetrained “and so I started begging for him and he kept telling me no no no”.
So Abigail did take him back and showed a photo of her and Loki looking upset back at adoption place.
“I called my husband again, one final plea, and he was like, fine bring him back home but don’t ask to foster any more animals,” she said, though she told him "I can't promise you that but I'll try my best".
"I got to keep him, hence the video of me driving back home with him and him holding my hand," Abigail noted, referring to the viral video.
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