“I saw this woman drive by, and I thought, ‘Oh, maybe it’s her dog.’ And I was like, ‘Hey! Is this your dog?’ But she said, ‘No, I just saw you, and I want to help you,’” Kyle said. “I had to like push her into the car, and the lady had to come and push the door behind us.”
Once inside the car, the dog tried to hide, and found a way to squeeze part of her body beneath the driver’s seat. Kyle did her best to comfort the dog, whom she started calling Sweet Pea, as she drove them both home.
“I reached out … and stroked her ear and started singing to her,” Kyle said. “I thought that was the least I could do because she was scared and sad.”