Many dogs spend a lot of time in the shelter because they do not get adopted out immediately. One doggo has been in a shelter for two years now and a woman stepped up to accompany the poor animal.
– A dog spent two years at a shelter in Colorado.
– A woman moved into the shelter to help the dog get adopted.
– The woman posted photos and videos of the doggo and finally…
Accordingly, the woman decided to move into the Conour Animal Shelter in Monte Vista, Colorado. The dog, on the other hand, was identified as Drools, a pit bull and boxer mix. The doggo loves snuggles and is great around both kids and adults. The staff at the shelter do not get why the dog is not getting adopted out.
The woman, Kacey Widetich, helped the dog get adopted. She is the founder and executive director of Relay of Rescue organization and she posted photos and videos of the animal during their time together inside the shelter. Many people then started inquiring about drools. There were even potential adopters as far as from Australia.
After 12 nights of staying with the doggo, Widetich successfully helped the dog get adopted. A man from Boulder came and took the doggo home. Widetich shared, “These remote shelters are so understaffed and just don’t have the capacity to adequately market all these sweet pups. If my spending the night in the shelter for a few nights helps even one dog get adopted, I will have done my job. But I’m not stopping at just one — they ALL deserve a second chance at happily ever after.”
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