A Pet adoption Story
Note: Not a travel blog.
Category: More hugs – inspirational articles
This past few days, I’m sure most of you may have noticed that I have not been posting my thoughts online compared to the previous months. Wanna know the reason why? Well, I have been busy with something.
How the story began?
A few days ago, my mom went home early for some personal reason and shockingly found a homeless dog under the outdoor bench of our balcony. My mom then called me about it.
We arrived a few more hours later. We asked dad to take the homeless dog out, so we could distinguish it’s breed.
I got really stunned and mesmerized by how silky this stray dog’s fur is. She’s too gorgeous too be lost, we felt really bad for the dog’s owner.
We searched for the dog’s owner
We tried to ask each houses from our neighborhood if they lost a puppy. But No one claimed the homeless puppy.
What Kind of Dog? *Breed*
Hello Everyone! Meet O-L-I-V-E the gorgeous homeless pup!
Dachshunds (pronounced DAKS hund — never dash-hound) come in three varieties: smooth (shorthaired), wirehaired and longhaired. In the United States, Dachshunds are either miniature(11 pounds and under as an adult) or standard (usually between 16 and 32 pounds as an adult).
Read more at http://dogtime.com/dog-breeds/dachshund#EoE6Hve2ghYyqGmX.99
I named it <3
I named the homeless puppy “OLIVE” right after deciding to fully adopt it.
Did you know?
It’s GOOD FORTUNE When A Dog Comes To Stay
When someone brings you a dog as a gift or if a stray puppy decides to adopt you, welcome him or her into your home. A dog entering your home is a very favourable sign, as it means you will have faithful and sincere friends come into your life, helping you overcome obstacles of all kinds. Black dogs bring wealth and protection. Golden dogs bring prosperity and happiness and white dogs bring love and romance. (source: 18 Omens of Good Fortune)
Most Dogster members are well aware of the pet overpopulation problem both nationally and internationally – there are millions of dogs that wait and sadly die in shelters and rescues annually, awaiting the forever homes they truly deserve. (Petfinder.com)
According to https://www.dosomething.org/facts/11-facts-about-animal-homelessness, each year, approximately 2.7 million dogs and cats are killed every year because shelters are too full and there aren’t enough adoptive homes.
This fact is too sad to bear. I hope this micro blog inspired you to care more for dogs, keep them, act as a publicist for your local shelter so pets can find homes. Never forget to keep Hugging Horizons!
LEVY ANNE AMOSIN