Cedar Wright and Alex Honnold are very popular explorers with their "Sufferfest" expeditions, which are described as one of the most challenging off-road adventures. During one of the trips to the California rocky peaks, her husband meets an abandoned puppy who lives in an old abandoned environment.
Cedar discovered that the puppy had been thrown to die in the desert. The puppy moaned with thirst and hunger, so Cedar decided to save the puppy and let him accompany him throughout the journey. When Cedar saw that the puppy was a survivor like her, he called him “Sufferpup” and called him the mascot of their adventure!
The rest of the trip turned into an intense liaison session between Sufferpup and the adventurers. Even in a hostile climate, Sufferpup has started to look better in crew-loving society. The harder Cedar and Alex is, the more the couple will find comfort in the beloved company of their new partner!
At the end of the trip, the men were concerned about Sufferpup’s safety. Eventually, they find him at home with a friend in Boulder, Colorado forever. Today Sufferpup is a boy in his new home and constantly spreads happiness with his contagious smile. We are so happy that the rescuers have found and saved this puppy!
Click on the video below to see a great story about Sufferpup and its many adventures!