Three years ago today! I met my doggy soulmate in a really horrific “shelter” in Puerto Rico. I use the term “shelter” loosely, because it’s more of an animal control death camp with over 90% death rate. The puppy next cage over had just died. All around us, dogs were whimpering, panting, whining, scared out of their minds, in pain, in shock, dying. Awaiting their fate. There was little to no hope for any of them. It’s probably the most traumatic place I’ve ever visited. In a cage, this little brindle sausage had given up, and he was next on their euth list. Not fluffy enough. Nobody wanted him. But there was something so touching, deep and special about him. I texted my hubby and, long story short, he soon joined our family. So often when I look at him, I am devastated to think of the place he comes from, and all the doggies we left behind. But his eyes and heart hold the world. I love you #pawfessormaclovin
Ps: and this is why I respect this weirdo and all his fearful ways (afraid of strangers, of flying bags, and the wind, and big dogs, and people trying to pet him, and weird sounds the neighbors make, etc...). If we believe dogs are sentient beings, we must see that they suffer from trauma just like we do.
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I would rather let them out. This place is horrible 😞
What a lovely gotcha ode to him 🐾💓🐾🎀💝
I can't imagine that as a shelter in Puerto Rico they would have any funds or many donations 😓 I'll never understand how people can turn their back on these animals or to not even want to adopt from these dismal places. These dogs deserve a happy ever after too. Your puppa is gorgeous, and you're amazing for stepping foot in such a sad, scary place. Thank you! #adoptdontshop
Those photos are truly heartbreaking, but you saved a life 👏👏
Do you mind sharing where this is ? I’d like to adopt from there and help out
Oh man this has brought tears to my eyes 😭
☹️☹️☹️☹️💔💔💔💔💔so glad your saved him and yes our work is never done and it breaks my heart
I found their website. It seems really well put together with pictures of their staff educating people and adoption events with donation tables. Is it all a farce? It makes me sick to my stomach that people can paint pretty pictures on the outside of their business and have such death and sadness within. I'm already talking to my sweety about a trip there to adopt.