Maybe Captain sleeps in boxes because that's all he ever knew (or maybe, Millman-Rinaldi acknowledges, he thinks he's a cat).
What Millman-Rinaldi knows without a doubt is that Captain had a really hard life. And now she wants him to have everything — a home, a family, whatever it takes for him to know he is loved and out of harm's way. Plus, of course, all the cardboard boxes he wants to nestle down into at night.
"I can't change their past. I can't erase all of those memories, but as a team at Detroit Dog Rescue, we can give them a future," Millman-Rinaldi wrote on Facebook. "We will keep them safe and cater to their needs ... even if it means providing them with endless cardboard boxes to feel safe. We love you and your cardboard boxes, Captain."