My main character, a female werewolf, is the foster daughter of an older male werewolf. They lack a parent-child relationship and have more of an intergenerational, funny, vitriolic, friendship. Their backstory is that the girl was turned when she was 10 and her parents kept her in the house for three years. When she was 13, she tried to kill herself so her mother called a werewolf consultant who then came to talk to her and her parents. In the end, she went to live with him and he helped her control her werewolf instincts and she began to aid him in capturing renegade werewolves, vampires, faeries, witches, etc. since he works with the government in that field. The thing is, I sincerely doubt that two parents would willingly allow their daughter to go and live with some strange werewolf man, even if he was a government official. What is a realistic way for two parents to surrender their daughter to someone else for her own good?