Last Updated on May 15, 2023 by Pets Feed
The wait is over for Dillion. This dog from Cornwall, England, who was adopted after a 2 year wait at the National Animal Welfare Trust. All the staff were crying with joy when they saw him leave.
Pets need to live in a house with a good family, but unfortunately many animals roam the streets when abandoned or have to spend long periods of time in a shelter while waiting for someone to take an interest. them. It’s not the life they deserve.
Even more during the December holidays is when they need the company of loved ones the most and luckily many manage to get adopted to start fresh around good people.
Recently the case of a puppy nicknamed “Britain’s unluckiest” became known, having spent 2 years in a shelter waiting for a long time for a family to bring him home. Fortunately, his wait is over.
His real name is Dillion and he was found lying next to the body of his deceased owner. Since then, he has been waiting for a new home and thus the possibility of starting a normal life.
During that time, he has been cared for by the National Animal Welfare Trust in Cornwall, England where he receives the best treatment a dog can get. However, it will never be the same as having a house. His caregivers are happy the furry was adopted just for Christmas so he doesn’t spend the holidays alone.
“After a national (and international!) Campaign to find this boy his forever home, and another unsuccessful attempt along the way, we had a candidacy for Dillon that ticked all of his boxes,” the door added. word of the refuge. “After setting up a meeting it fell in love with the new owners of Dillon and, above all, for Dillon, who felt right at home.”
“The whole team shed tears of happiness. A perfect happy ending in time for Christmas,” commented a shelter spokesperson according to People.
On December 17, 2021, Dillion met his new family and was taken back to his new home and the first thing he liked was the chair, as he ran to jump on it, to fall asleep. Finally, Dillion is in the place he deserves, as pets don’t deserve to go through these kinds of unpleasant situations without being considered for adoption.