Family adopts dog to be euthanized without seeing him, lose it when they meet for the first time

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Tracy Whyatt is an animal lover. One day, while in between work, Tracy decided to visit a few animal shelters. While there, the woman began videotaping the shelter dogs who had been deemed unlikely to be adopted, later posting the videos to YouTube.

Tracy’s videos soon gained popularity, and as the number of views increased, so did the requests to adopt the abandoned dogs— animals who would have otherwise been euthanized.

Check out the heartwarming video below to see a few of Tracy’s dogs meeting their forever families for the very first time.

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6 Comments

  1. Our son gave us our rescue in Jan!! Over our 54 years of marriage we had hunting dogs, expensive dogs big, little.We loved all of them.But this rescue is the best!Makes us laugh everyday!!Our youngest granddaughter is volunteer at the no kill shelter, I cried so much the first time we went there I had to leave!He is a mess,loving us and the best baby! We lost our special needs daughter in 1986 so our dogs have helped full the hole in my heart!God Bless all the vo!ustedes that work so hard to help people like us find happiness again with a Rescue!!

  2. A very heartwarming story. If I had the money I would open a no kill shelter for all animals! Young, old, sick,injured blind or one eye, 4 legged or 3 no matter domesticated or not there would be enough people and Vets on hand to help handle all. In my opinion all animals are sacred. To be honest though I would never have sharks, crocodiles, alligators or poisonous snakes. Got to draw the line somewhere.

  3. A very heartwarming story. If I had the money I would open a no kill shelter for all animals! Young, old sick or injured blind or one eyed 4 legged or 3. No matter domesticated or not there would be enough people and Vets on hand to be able to help with all. In my opinion all animals are sacred. To be honest though I would never have sharks, crocodiles, or poisonous snakes! Got to draw the line somewhere.

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