Here’s a tale of Sophie, a lovable seven-year-old American Staffordshire mix who spent close to a year waiting for a new home at SCAS (Seminole County Animal Services). Despite being adored by the shelter’s volunteers, Sophie was repeatedly overlooked for adoption, which came as a surprise to everyone.
Every time she saw someone approaching to adopt a furry friend, she would eagerly anticipate being picked and would press her face against the kennel bars to grab their attention. Sadly, no one seemed to notice her.
The animal shelter posted some cute pictures of Sophie on Facebook, with the aim of finding her a new home. In the post, they mentioned her lovely gray fur and big, expressive eyes. They also mentioned that she was up for adoption, but would need some training to walk properly on a leash without pulling.
Regrettably, Sophie has yet to find a loving home as no one has come forward to adopt her. To aid in her adoption process, the shelter decided to install a camera inside Sophie’s kennel so that potential adopters could witness her day-to-day activities. In the video provided below, Sophie is seen enthusiastically jumping up and running towards the bars of her kennel whenever she hears someone approaching.
Fortunately, the longing of the cute pup was fulfilled a day before she had spent a year at the shelter. A sympathetic man came across the post and video and immediately decided to be of help to her. He visited the shelter and officially adopted her! It’s an absolutely delightful ending to an emotional story. Take a look at the video attached.