Senior Dog Waited 5 Long Years In Shelter Is Finally Adopted Few Days Before Christmas

A 9-year-old pit bull mix that spent over half his life living alone in a California shelter dog kennel finally got adopted, just in time for chrisrmas.  

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This dog lived, until this happy December 21, at the Fresno Bully Rescue, located in the city of Sanger in California. He had arrived there more than 5 years ago.

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It has been more than 5 years that Seamus has lived in a Californian shelter. The dog patiently waited for his chance, and it finally arrived 4 days before Christmas.

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Seamus, the 9-year-old Pitbull mix, has finally been adopted. This dog lived, until this happy December 21, at the Fresno Bully Rescue, located in the city of Sanger in California. He had arrived there more than 5 years ago, as CNN reports.

 

In this establishment dedicated mainly to Pitbulls and Pitbull mix, euthanasia is not practiced, unlike many other shelters in the country. The Fresno Bully Rescue welcomes up to 40 dogs, not counting those placed in foster families.

The whole team was attached to Seamus, one of the structure’s oldest residents. The news of its adoption was therefore both a joy for the volunteers and a slight source of sadness.

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Everyone appreciated his kindness, his way of constantly digging in the shelter’s toy box and his gluttony, he who is fond of donut holes (kinds of donuts in the form of dumplings).

“He found the ideal family. It took more than 5 years, but it was worth the wait all this time, “said Bridgette Booth.

Ms. Booth and her team were concerned that Seamus, who is no longer very young, can not bear winter in the shelter. But these fears are no longer valid, now that he has a warm home.

On Dec. 22, 2019, Fresno Bully Rescue posted: “Senior shelter dog, Seamus, finally finds his forever home just in time for Christmas after spending just over 2,000 days living at our shelter! Christmas miracles really do happen!”

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