Bobby Humphrey’s favorite breed was the Rottweiler. In his lifetime, the man had three Rottweilers, and he would laugh at anyone who kept small dogs.
After the end of his 17-year marriage, Humphrey felt depressed.
But fortunately, his friend Connie stood by his side and supported him during the darkest times of his life.
One day, Connie asked him to take care of her Chihuahua named Lady for a few days because she had to go somewhere and couldn’t take her dog back.
Lady was one of those small dogs that Bobby used to make fun of, and she was also known for her somewhat hostile character.
However, since Humphrey was very grateful to Connie for her support, he decided to take Lady in.
And Lady surprised him. The dog that they thought was hostile took an immediate liking to him and curled up on his lap as if it were the most natural thing in the world.
Since Lady couldn’t stay with Humphrey forever, and he knew that the dog would eventually go back to her owner, he decided to find his own little companion.
That’s how he met Kira. A small, lively, brown Chihuahua. Kira’s life was full of complexity, and he was like a little ball of anger.
But instead of giving up on him and looking for another dog, Humphrey decided to adopt him.
He was afraid that no one would ever take such an aggressive little dog, and he didn’t want her to be alone.
Humphrey taught him to trust again, and soon Bobby and Kira became good friends.
Kira was already a year old when Humphrey found him, but he wanted to raise a dog early.
After adopting Kira, he, along with his sister, adopted a newborn puppy, as they were orphaned puppies in need of help.
And that’s how it all started. Humphrey kept finding more and more Chihuahuas in need of help and rescued them.
He founded his organization called Big Guy, Littles World Sanctuary. By now, the number of rescued Chihuahuas has reached 30.