Help! Unloved & Unwanted Pit Bulls Cling To One Another For Comfort

In this poignant video, we meet two dogs who are bonded so tightly their souls are woven together. it's narrated by someone very special, their guardian spirit and foster mom.

The woman begins, “I saw an image of them hunched over within the corner, holding onto each other… They looked so broken.”
As she continues, the lady says that their owner dropped them off at the shelter and that they had no idea why. are you able to imagine how scared they must’ve been?


She continues, “They needed to find out what love felt like. I wanted to be the one to show them.”

Without hesitation, the lady and her husband jumped into the car and raced to the shelter. They knew they were meant to foster the 2 dogs. The signed them out of the shelter and loaded them up.

The woman first talks about Louie and the way timid he was. He’d hide beneath his sister, Bridget, and would shake from fear. Bridget gladly protected Louie. She knew that was her job and she or he did her job well.

When they received their new family , Bridget found her favorite spot on the sofa. She curled , happily, and slept all day. What a difference from a chilly concrete floor! Bridget was ready to finally let her guard down since she knew Louie would be okay.

The dogs weren’t wont to feeling safe. it had been obvious that they weren’t wont to a true home either. Where ever that they had been before, it’s likely they were kept outside. Their new foster parents had to show them the way to do everything. From crate training to housebreaking, the dogs learned willingly. Especially because they were being taught these new things amorously .


Even though each dog had their own crate, Louie wanted to share with Bridget and would crawl inside together with her and lay as on the brink of her as possible. Their foster parents understood that he just wanted to feel safe and that they allowed them to share a crate.*

As their guardian spirit says next, “But it wasn’t until we introduced Bridget and Louie to our dogs that we actually saw a change in them.” the 2 dogs that had been through such a lot trauma could finally specialise in just having fun.

Bridget and Louie began adjusting to their new surroundings but the one thing that never changed was their bond. Where one went, the opposite followed. This never wavered. And now it had been certain, that they had to be adopted together.

A woman named Monica reached out. She had been following Bridget and Louie online since their very first photo. Their foster mom says, “They wormed their way into her heart before she even met them.”


It was a clear choice, Monica was meant to be their new mom. As sad because it was to mention goodbye, their foster mom knew that they might have the simplest life together with her . They were loaded up into the car and made their thanks to their new home. Of course, this was bittersweet. Their foster mom was thrilled they found the right home but she would also miss them.

Bridget and Louie are in their forever home for a couple of years now and they’ve adjusted perfectly. Louie has truly begin of his shell. they're so loved by their forever family. It truly may be a foster’s dream.

Watch their complete story by The Dodo within the video below. And please, if you've got the power to try to to so, consider fostering. It’s such a crucial step during a rescue dog’s journey. Without fosters, many dogs wouldn’t have an area to travel or would languish in kill shelters.

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4 Comments

  1. Please correct the word errors. What does "weren't won't" mean. It's not legible. You do an injustice to the story by not writing correctly so people can read it. Am a pitbull advocate so I'm asking nicely. Please correct before submitting articles.

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  2. Wont means Accustomed. I am also a pit bull owner and advocate that’s why I’m responding nicely.

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  3. Such a great story. Horrible writing. There is an abundance of missing capitals at the beginning of sentences, punctuation errors and oh so many grammatical and spelling errors. Please, please, please do your job of editing and proof-reading BEFORE publishing so good stories don't get ruined.

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  4. You are responding to grammatical errors? Are you kidding me? You are shifting the focus of the story, and making it a side note.
    Kudos to the author who is bringing attention to shelter dogs!
    Adopt

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