Running a pet center isn’t the same as taking care of your family members at home. People in-charge of facilitating the shelter often allot more time caring for homeless dogs who have no folks to adopt them in exchange for a small penny. The sight of these dogs trapped in their kennels feels like a big punch in everybody’s hearts.
It’s upsetting to see that the hounds ended up being abandoned. Everyone’s unsure as to when will a family decides to embrace the pups and become a part of their home. They’re left in their shelters, uncertain of what kind of future awaits them.
Some of the dogs find their new families in just a short period. All thanks to the power of the internet.
But truth be told, not everyone who files an adoption paper with the canines has a good purpose.
Weeks after, some adoptees would realize that they are incapable of providing the dog’s basic needs. It turns out the poor lad will only end up going back to the center once more.
Best friends Blue Dozer and Oj have the same life story.
Inseparable buddies live in a pet shelter in Richmond Animal Care and Control, Richmond, Virginia. Oj’s a blind dachshund, and Blue Dozer serves as his best buddy, sense of sight, and companion.
The two are always together, so it’s impossible to see them being apart from each other.
As such, the shelter personnel was very much touched by Blue Dozer and Oj’s history.
One day, a woman busily scrolling through her social media account saw their story. She then decided to adopt the two adorable dogs.
The kennel people were so happy. Finally, somebody wanted to include the two as new members of their home. Yet, weeks after they eventually got adopted, Oj was seen wandering around the streets without Blue Dozer.
The blind dachshund perhaps felt frightened and jumbled without his favorite pal guiding him.
As the reports say, Oj was more than five thousand feet distant from the house of their new fur parent.
The Shenandoah Valley Animal Service Center came to rescue and take good care of Oj. The shelter also helped the dog locate the whereabouts of his owner.
The service center thought that the blind dachshund might have gotten confused with his surroundings. So, he unconsciously got out of their house.
Thanks to the microprocessor tagged in Oj’s body, he was drawn back to Richmond Animal Care and Control.
Shenandoah Valley Animal Service Center right away called the RACC and informed the dog’s owner that he was under their attention.
Unfortunately, both centers asked the canines’ fur mommy to give back the innocent lads to the shelter. In that manner, the owner could avoid facing abandonment charges filed against her.
After quite some waiting, they successfully got back to RACC. At long last, Dozer finally got reconciled with Oj.
It was not too late then for the two to have a responsible and rightful owner. A few weeks after, someone proved to be the right fit. The two finally found the best family for them and still be together.
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