“He got all excited and dressed up… and they never showed.”
Poor Hendrix 😢💔 While it wasn’t meant to be this time, we hope this poor dog will find a real forever home soon!
All sanctum canines long for nothing more than to find their forever home. They are waiting for that amazing moment when they are espoused and picked up by their new family.
One poor dog’s joy has turned into heartache lately after being turned down by implicit adoptions – but the Sanctuary remains committed to finding that dog a home. Endrix, a 4-year-old mix of Chinese Shar-pei and Staffordshire Bull Terriers, has been at the Kentucky Humane Society since April. He has watched other pets have their homes taken away instead of him.
But KHS has been trying hard to find a home for this “ incredibly smart, immensely pious, adorably ” canine. “ He’s got the smile of a champion, the cuddling chops of a glutinous parent who can’t believe their baby is graduating high academy, the house- training capacities of an honor roll pupil who refuses to excuse themselves for a restroom break during class, and most importantly – the boy has heart,” KHS wrote on Facebook.
“ A big heart at that and he deserves for someone to love him the way we do.”
Hendrix finally found a family, and KHS arranged a meeting for interested adopters – but again, he was dealt a reversal and disappointment.
“ Hendrix is sad,” KHS wrote. “ Watching him stay excited for a family to come, only to be stood up, is ruinous. We can’t stand seeing our sweet boy sad.” They participated a heartbreaking print of the canine, lying on the bottom, looking so disappointed The print touched the hearts of suckers online, who wrote words of stimulant for the stood-up canine. “ Hang in there Hendrix,” one person wrote. “ They just weren’t the right family for you. Your family will come.”
“ Sounds like to me they don’t earn you sweet boy!” another added. “ The right family will come on.”
But rebounding from this heartbreaking incident, KHS is more determined than ever to find Hendrix just the right home.
Hendrix needs to be in a home without pussycats, and would be in a home where he’s the only pet. But surely there has to be a home out there nearly for this sweet dog.
“ All of us at the Kentucky Humane Society love Hendrix so much and we just want him to have a great life with someone who’ll take care of him as much as we do,” the humane society wrote.
Hendrix should be so very grateful. After staying so long, he got his expedients up only to be taken down at the last minute. It was clear they were not a good family for him. But we hope that someone will be touched by his sad story and decide to borrow him for real!