Life inside a shelter for a dog rescued from the streets can be stressful. In a shelter, an animal feels powerless due to the long wait for a home and a family who would love them forever, as well as the fact that they don’t comprehend what they did wrong to deserve such loneliness.
Many dogs that enter shelters expect to find a permanent home, and in some cases, it only takes a few days before they are adopted. Others, however, face a more difficult scenario when dealing with a dog labeled as a “dangerous breed,” as this reputation makes them tough to qualify for.
However, because to misunderstandings about their ethnicity, children like Rush have to wait longer than others to find their ultimate home.
Rush was the loveliest dog at the shelter, and he left an indelible effect on all of the workers, who described him as a loving and lovely guy. This furry friend only needed a chance to show the rest of the world that he was a kind and adoring companion.
The pit bull was full of affection, and all he needed was someone who wanted to include him in their lives.
SICSA executive director Nora Vendrell told ABC News:
“The American Pit Bull is associated with a number of bad stereotypes. We can help folks see past the pit bull moniker if we can highlight Rush’s endearing qualities.
Rush may have concluded that in order to be adopted, he needed to do something spectacular, so he began to do something unusual for a dog. Rush was making his bed in his kennel when the shelter personnel observed him. He’d put the blanket in his mouth and set it carefully on his post.
On their YouTube channel, the rescue center workers posted an endearing video of the gentle canine meticulously organizing his bed. The video went viral rapidly, and he became a star, receiving thousands of adoption requests.
Without a sure, it was the finest decision they could have made, because a couple who had decided to adopt Rush appeared at the shelter in a short period. They were eager to meet Rush because of his demeanor in the video, and when they arrived to the shelter, they were completely enamored with him.
“After seeing the video, the family came over, met Rush, and fell in love.”