Last Updated on August 19, 2022 by Pets Feed
What Jubilee, a crossed-eyed husky, wants the most is to be loved for who she is. Since she was born she has been rejected because of her looks.
Jubilee is a big-hearted husky dog and her face is as sweet and lovable as her soul, but not everyone she has met saw her that way. Two years ago, the cross-eyed dog was delivered to the Husky House, a New Jersey rescue group dedicated to helping dogs like her.
Jubilee was dumped there by a dog breeder, who told shelter staff he couldn’t sell her because of her “strange appearance”.
Jubilee’s new friends disagreed with this. For them, and for many of us, Jubilee is absolutely gorgeous!
Shady husky wants someone to love her the way she is
Sadly, not all dogs are loved unconditionally and some find it difficult to find their forever homes despite their great personalities. And Jubilee, due to her unique appearance, has struggled to find adopters who love her for who she is.
Having suffered deep rejection in the past, the dog tends to be a bit cautious with strangers.
Shelter staff told The Dodo:
She’s a little shy at first, but if you give her a present, she’s your best friend!” She is a very sweet female dog and she loves people once she is confident.
But we believe Jubilee’s luck will improve soon, thanks to the commitment of the shelter staff to find her a wonderful home forever.
Husky House once again posted on their social media the possibility of finding a family for Jubilee, hoping this time around would be different. And so it was, people no longer laughed at Jubilee, but were completely in love, and her story was known everywhere.
The Husky House team said:
We are overwhelmed with the responses, love and support displayed in your post. We are so happy to see everyone feeling that she is as special as we always knew she was!
We hope that very soon Jubilee will find someone who will love her for life.
If you are interested in adopting Jubilee, contact the rescue group on their website.
Images: Husky House
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