One dog left behind after another 299 dogs found their families at an adoption event still at home
A pit bull was virtually the last dog standing at an adoption event that saw 299 other dogs find families forever, but no one stopped to watch it. That no one is interested in the “gentle and gentle giant” has left his rescuers confused and saddened.
King Zeus is a long-time resident of the Humane Society of Hamilton County, Indiana (HSHC). When he arrived in April, it was clear that the homeless dog had suffered a lot in the streets – he had scars on his face.
But despite its rough and rough appearance, the 9-year-old Weimaraner / Pitbull blend quickly “captivated our heart,” writes the HSHC. “His soulful eyes and love for pets and hugs made him a staff favorite. Zeus loves humans of all ages – kiddos are included! “Open next Page to see More
But perhaps it was because he was sitting in his crate that he was forgotten at the adoption fair. “He’s so quiet in his kennel watching people pass by him,” wrote HSHC. “He never barks to get attention. It’s as if he has lost hope of finding a home forever. ”