A family promised to adopt him, and after that returned him because he wasn’t “playful” enough. This damaged his heart and he closed himself off.
When the homeless bulldog was drawn from the street for the first time in March, he was a gentle and pleased man. The staff at the Philly asylum thought that this handsome and well-behaved boy would soon find his permanently home. But the residence quickly came to be a nightmare in March.
March wasn’t wont to living in confined kennels surrounded by other sacred animals waiting to be adopted. This caused him mental damages, and his sparks started to weaken. Nevertheless, one of the most important strike for him was obtaining rejected by a family that had actually promised to adopt him, simply because he wasn’t as “playful” as they expected him to be.
When he learned that the family that adopted him ultimately cancelled the adoption and sent him back to the shelter, March was destroyed. After finding himself back in his cold doghouse, March looked visibly defeated and depressed. He stared pitifully at the wall, curled up lazily in a corner, refusing to interact with anyone.
When a regional news reporter called Dawn Timmeney heard about March, she decided to share his heartbreaking story on social media. The haunting photos of March’s downcast kennel stance garnered immense attention in the community– which altered the lifetime of this gloomy boy forever!
Within 3 days of Dawn’s social networks endeavor, a rescue came forward to need in March prior to his kill list turn scheduled. It This is a rare moment of success, because March allowed his freedom to run out of the sanctuary!
The brand-new rescue might be a non-killing organization, it will certainly take care of March until he finds his eternal family.
While March’s tale finishes on an optimistic note, there are many sanctuary canines who get put down because they’re unable to adopt or locate homes in time.
Let’s do our part and become the voice for these unfortunate souls. Spread the word.
Click the video below to see just how March’s picture as a depressed dog bailed him out when he was too sad to deal with the planet.