A guy went outdoors to find out why prospective adopters were returning a cute dog. When he originally brought the dog home, his intentions were to assist in getting the dog ready for adoption, but they quickly changed.
Abe and Abbi, two canine siblings, were relocated from Puerto Rico to New York in order to improve their chances of finding a permanent home.
Abbi was adopted soon after, leaving just Abe in the shelter. Employees at the animal shelter expected the puppy to find a home fast. According to The Dodo’s senior editor John Handem Piette, this is what occurred when a colleague decided to adopt the puppy.
They were ecstatic when Abe was adopted, but he didn’t stay away from the shelter for long. All of the other dogs at the shelter were delighted to see Abe again since he is so social and well-liked. In light of this, the staff began to question what was preventing Abe from being accepted. Abe was also adopted after two weeks, but he was returned less than a month later!
John and his fiancée made the choice to adopt Abe and rename him Bean at that time. They were willing to go to any extent to keep Bean with them. Because the dog was creating so much difficulty, the shelter sent John back twice.
The dog began straining on the leash, chasing birds, and destroying his dog bed and shoe as soon as he reached John’s home. However, the couple vowed to remain patient in order to influence Bean’s conduct.
When the coronavirus first showed, the couple decided to move Bean to John’s parents’ residence. This was a crucial choice since it gave him the opportunity to experience snow for the first time and swim in the family pool for the first time. Because we had two cats, Simba and Tigger, it was easier to moderate Bean’s exuberance when he began playing with Tigger and dashing around the house.
Simba, unlike the others, did not react to Bean. Everyone benefitted when Bean arrived to John’s parents’ place. He moved in immediately and quickly established himself. The couple made the decision to keep the dog forever. What a satisfying outcome! Watch the video below.
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