Adoption is common nowadays especially for couples who are still waiting to bear a child or for those people who are not blessed to have a child. Thinking of adoption as an alternative is not that easy. We need to know the background of the child we want to foster. We also need to consider the child’s medical history. So we can be financially stable, and emotionally and mentally prepared for what is going to happen after we take the kid to be a part of our lives.
This is also applicable when you are thinking of adopting a dog. It needs thorough planning and preparation for you to be fully prepared in welcoming a pet into your home. Though loving and caring for pets will come out naturally, we need to be aware of the health condition and the behavior of the dog we are considering to adopt.
The Arizona Humane Society in Phoenix held their adoption operation on a Thanksgiving weekend to help their homeless dogs find families who will take them as their own. They had a total of 314 dogs, and 313 dogs found families who adopted them – except for one, and it was Bryan.
Bryan is a 5-year-old German Shepherd who was undernourished when the Arizona shelter rescued him after being left behind in the backyard. Aside from that, the shelter crew had a hard time finding someone to adopt him since Bryan is partially blind.
But Bryan just got his wish fulfilled before Christmas when a kindhearted couple decided to adopt him when they saw his picture.
Pati Mooers owned and cared for a lot of disabled dogs before. And her heart went out for Bryan the moment she saw Bryan’s picture. Bryan kept his hope that someone will find him and adopt him, and he is finally going home to his new family.
Source: Inside Edition via YouTube