Many animals can spend years sitting in shelters waiting to be adopted. Hudson, one of Animal Care League’s adoptable pets, spent nearly two years in the shelter before being adopted.
Hudson is a larger dog who lacked training when transferred to the shelter, they wrote in an email.
The shelter found someone willing to spend extra time with Hudson and finalized the adoption on August 7.
Sometimes luck is all that some animals need.
“We’ve had some really wonderful adoptions recently that highlight the importance and uniqueness of the human-animal bond,” wrote Quinn Lentz of Animal Care League.
Unfortunately, some animals weren’t as lucky as Hudson.
At the upcoming Clear the Shelters event, many of the Animal Care League’s long-term pets will have their adoption fees waived.
A dog was rescued from a shelter in Puerto Rico where she sat for months without medical attention after being hit by a car, the shelter said.
The Puerto Rican shelter had very limited resources and was in contact with them to get the medical care she needed.
Each animal has its own story and many of them are still in search of their forever home.
Anyone ready and looking to adopt can help pets connect with their humans through the month-long Clear the Shelter virtual event starting August 23.