There are few things on earth that are as strong as the bond between a dog and their human. Ginger is proof of that.

German Shepherd

Source: Apple Valley Animal Shelter / Facebook

The 3-year-old German Shepherd was surrendered to Apple Valley Animal Shelter in California on September 17th after her owner became homeless. According to the information listed on her AdoptaPet page, the man had been previously living with his mother, but has now resorted to living in his car.

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He was unhappy about giving the dog up, but realized the car was too small and not an adequate life for a large dog. Details on his situation are unknown and we could not reach him for comment.

German Shepherd

Source: Apple Valley Animal Shelter / Facebook

However, Ginger proved to be quite the escape artist on that same night, just an hour or so after employees left for the day. The shelter’s alarm system went off, and they were worried that they had an intruder, even thinking that someone perhaps took a dog from the shelter. What they found on the security cameras proved otherwise.

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