After finding out more about his age and temperament, it seemed George would fit into Croslow’s family perfectly, so she agreed to adopt him, sight unseen. She contacted a Facebook group that organized transportation for rescue dogs, picking him up at a South Carolina rest stop halfway between the Georgia shelter and her apartment in Raleigh, North Carolina.
When Croslow met George for the first time, she could hardly hide her surprise.
“I met the woman who had George and she opened up her van and he looked nothing like a Welsh corgi,” Croslow said. “I felt like I had been catfished, catfished by a dog.”