North Carolina/USA: Animal shelters are the collecting basins for
abandoned animals all over the world. Thousands of animals sit in these facilities waiting to get a second chance in life.
The Mecklenburg Animal Care & Control animal shelter in the US The State of North Carolina is one of these heart-warming institutions. Sarah Sleime is one of those who occasionally volunteer to help and care for animals in shelters.
She’s already seen so many animals come and go, when she saw Pitbull Cinnamon, she was shocked.
Cinnamon seemed to cry every time Sarah ran past her.
Then when the American woman was told of the fate of the
she was mentally pushed to her limits.
Cinnamon is seven years old. Her former owner used her as a breeding dog.
“Someone left this poor mama dog at the shelter, without their babies. Every time I stop by her house and talk to her, her eyes filled with tears. Heartbreaking!”
Sarah realized that she had to do something and made a video of the “crying” Cinnamon, to show people how badly the dog is feel, so someone could to adopt her.
Someone dumped this poor mama at the shelter, minus her babies. Every time I stopped to talk to her and say I was sorry her eyes would fill with tears (check out reaction at -:13). Heartbreaking!! #thedodo The Dodo #adoptdontshop————-Update: Cinnamon was adopted! See my page/updated post for her new family photo and adoption video!
Posted by Sarah Jennings Sleime on Saturday, November 18, 2017
After the video was released, it became viral very fast. Countless dog lovers wanted to adopt the dog.
Sarah was particularly pleased to be one of her best friends said she wanted to offer Cinnamon a loving home.
“Pit bulls have a special place in my heart. I think they’re very misunderstood animals. When I saw the video, I was literally crying. My children cried. When I showed it to my husband, he said we could go and see this dog tomorrow.”
When the family first met Cinnamon. Friendship at first sight.
Sarah captured the moment on video and you can see that Cinnamon cries because of joy.The family named the dog on Rosie in order to make it clear that she will have a new life.
Look at that wagging happy tail!!!
Posted by Sarah Jennings Sleime on Sunday, November 19, 2017
Rosie now lives with the family and their young Pitbull and have a happy life.
We are glad that the dog finally gets the life she deserves.
We wish Rosie all the best!