In most cases, dogs taken to an animal shelter will find a home within a few weeks. The permanent home that special canines like Pitbulls are seeking for could never become available. Every year, more than 3.1 million dogs are brought into shelters across the nation, but only 2 million of them find new homes. Older dogs among those 1.1 million pets struggle the hardest.
This is especially true for Kane, a Pitbull, a breed with a negative reputation because of their unethical owners. Therefore, the situation did not appear promising when the 18-year-old canine arrived at the shelter. Due to his advanced age, any family adopted him would also need to provide for his medical needs. The unfortunate dog had severe arthritis, was blind in one eye, and had poor vision in the other.
But the adorable boy needed a loving home regardless of his age and the growing medical expenditures. His foster mother, Carole Sandy, described him as a fantastic companion. He’s quite approachable. He is extremely simple.
Carole and the employees at the shelter helped the elderly canine. On their social media pages, they discussed him and even broke the story about Kane. The caring family finally heard about the elderly dog and got in touch with Carole.
Kane was adopted by Phil and Ewa Halverson, who couldn’t have been happier to welcome him into their family. Kane was able to spend his final days in enjoyment and harmony because of the efforts of his foster mother and the shelter.