08 Jan 5 Before and After Pictures Show How Happy These Pets Are To Be Adopted
Looking to add a new pet to the family? We are VERY excited for you!
Have you considered adopting your next furry family member?
A lot of pets who end up in shelters are there due to human problems such as divorce, or moving. They didn’t do anything wrong. They’re just waiting for the right family to live with.
Unfortunately, a lot of animals are euthanised if they’re not adopted, so you’ll not only be saving a life, but giving them a good home for life. Plus, all that cuteness in your life will not be a bad thing.
And a benefit is that with a good rescue group, pets are often vaccinated, desexed, wormed and microchipped as part of the adoption fee.
Look at the difference in these adopted pets and you’ll soon see how happy they are about it too!
1) Look at his little face – he’s almost smiling and so much fluffier! It’s so cute.
My foster dog’s 2 month glow up from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption
2. From barely there, to a pile full of fluffy goodness
When we got Hilda she was very underweight after having recently given birth; somewhere in the last 6 months she turned into a long haired beauty queen! from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption
3. This guy really got the glow up. He is radiant with happiness!
Top: ‘Lobito’ at the animal shelter in Feb. Bottom: ‘Cooper’ on a hike today with me and da’ wife. from r/rarepuppers
4. This shows what a few months of love can do
Two months of love changed Mr. Biscuits from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption
5. Her health is so much better and just look at her happy boop!
First day, and then 6 months later. Her dry spots are gone, the calluses on her elbows and knees have disappeared, and she GLOWS. ❤️ from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption
Looking to adopt your own pet?
Here are some great places to adopt:
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